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Peter Marino Interiors is one of the biggest names in luxury Interiors. His works are attached to luxury Interiors, adding a terrific and dramatic stamp on flagship stores for luxury fashion brands such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Fendi. Peter Marino Interiors has nearly redefined luxury shopping as we know it.
Peter Marino works closely with the finest artisans to craft bespoke fixtures and finishes and enlisting top artists to create site-specific pieces—from giant necklacelike glass sculptures by Jean-Michel Othoniel for a London Chanel boutique to a ceiling installation echoing Chinese mountains by Teresita Fernández for a Shanghai Louis Vuitton store.
Peter Marino Interiors has a wide range of glamorous projects! Chanel’s Paris apartment figures prominently in her legendary brand’s history. Located in the same rue Cambon building as the designer’s couture salon and atelier, the flat was an exotic retreat filled with artwork by friends like Jacques Lipchitz and Salvador Dalí, as well as furnishings and objets that featured some of the enduring motifs identified with her namesake label: the iron double C’s and 5’s that graced a crystal chandelier, the inlaid camellias on a set of 18th-century Coromandel screens.
One of the most exotic Peter Marino Interiors is used as an eternal inspiration, such as Chanel’s new Boston boutique, a 10,000-square-foot space devised by AD100 architect and designer Peter Marino.
Nonethless his commercial luxury interiors projects, Marino’s residential work captivates too, and will let you say “WOOOOOW!”