Ramy Fischler is a Belgian top interior designer based in Paris, with an eclectic creative practice. After graduating from the École Nationale supérieure de création Industrielle ENSCI-Les Ateliers, he joined Patrick Jouin’s agency in 2001. They worked together for almost ten years, during which time Ramy Fischler honed his taste for research, innovation and exploring new territories in design, taking the helm on numerous projects in the cultural, gastronomic and conceptual design spheres. The designer’s artistic approach reveals his dual outlook on his environment which is directed both inwards — as a participant, a user, an actor — and outwards — as a critical observer of what seems to be, or could become the central design concern.
Today Home Decor Ideas blog will present you Colombie: a very creative interior design project with very peculiar home decor details. Get inspired with this amazing private house design.
The Place de Colombie apartment was Ramy Rischler’s first foray into interior design after starting his own company.
In this exceptional 350 m2 site in one of Paris’ most prestigious Walter apartment buildings, Ramy took on the role of the interior architect. For the furniture design, he instigated a collaboration between all the different construction crafts, bringing together visions and challenges.
The apartment’s design is the outcome of this variety of ideas and talents converging and working together.
The decorative arts play an essential role in the harmony and evolution of the designer’s work. He considers them a driving force of creative development in a world where it has become increasingly difficult to preserve these vital elements of his craft.
This project is proof, if proof is needed, that the world of decorative arts is still part of a living story.
Designing an apartment can be a total creation in which each room, object and detail are conceived, designed and created as part of one harmonious, self-contained whole.