Didier Gomez began his career as an opera singer before branching out into the world of interior and product design in 1985 with his association with the architect JJ Ory. Gladly he quit singing to become one of the Top interior designers of today.
His expertise is highly acclaimed. Winner of numerous design awards, he has designed boutiques, large stores, restaurants, apartments, houses and head offices all over the world. The quality of his work speaks for itself, with clients including Yves Saint-Laurent, Pierre Bergé, Carrousel du Louvre, LVMH, Bernard Arnault, Céline, Louis Vuitton, Galeries Lafayette, Vivendi Universal, Kenzo, Christian Dior, Pomelato, De Beers and L’Oréal.
Didier Gomez began working with Ligne Roset some fifteen years ago. Both he and Michel Roset have since forged an enduring partnership based on a creative synergy. The number of creations for Ligne Roset seems countless, but numbering among the most successful are his upholstery collections. Feng, Opium and Fugue have become symbols of his sleek, contemporary take on classic urban style. Rue de Seine looks set to follow. Didier Gomez and Ligne Roset were awarded the `Nombre d’or’ by the Salon du Meuble de Paris, in recognition of their exemplary collaboration.
Awards: Best Interior Project United States, Interiors Magazine 1985 (Y.S.L. Head Office, New York); Best Interior Architect, House & Garden Magazine 1995; Creator of the Year, Salon du Meuble de Paris 2002; Janus de l’Industrie 2004 (Arthur Bonnet).
With a great art opening, Didier Gomez a timeless designer who was able to link the old and new, the ancient and the modern. Didier Gomez inspired art from various backgrounds: Moroccan, Asian… This inspiration gave birth to a sleek, looking for comfort, with a strong link with the pastliving room interior design – sofas and tables living room interior design – styling and natural materials living room interior design – woven furniture.
Didier Gomez has paid an impressive tribute to the nearby white town, where intense colours, exotic wood varieties and Moorish patterns subtly combine in the contemporary design of the furniture. This priceless sense of well-being accompanies into the exclusive and luxuriously world.
Each project offers a genuine experience of French elegance and the best/richness of the local culture. Each project becomes a special moment of delight for the 5 senses from the beautiful materials to the care taken with every detail, the musical ambience, the interior fragrances, the guest amenities and floral arrangements.
All this worth Didier a place on the Top 100 interior designers by Coveted magazine, in collaboration with Boca do Lobo.
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