Peter Marino leaves no one indifferent. He is the world’s most sought after architect of luxury fashion stores. Founder of Peter Marino Architecture PLLC, Marino has designed a series of flagships and boutiques for an extensive list of clients like Louis Vuitton, Armani, Zegna, Calvin Klein, Fendi and Christian Dior. He’s known by their innovative use of light and space and integration of contemporary artwork. Today, Home Decor Ideas presents you the best projects of Peter Marino to inspire you!

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Residential Projects

Purple Tones

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This is an interior project of a luxury home that really inspire us. The purple tones create a mysterious atmosphere and the big window allow us to have an overview of the beautiful garden.

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1929 Residence

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The goal of this project was update the century house. The living room, featuring refined furnishings in a subtle palette, is enlivened by a Joan Mitchell panting and a graceful second-century Roman statue of Venus. It’s amazing, isn’t it?

Exotic Living Room

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In a corner of a Palm Beach, Florida, this villa’s living room is a mix of stone statues and paintings, creating a bold atmosphere. Despite the different colors, the space are totally in perfect harmony. This living room is perfect for an eccentric person, don’t you think?

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Hotel Designs

Four Seasons

In Ty Warner’s suite in the Four Seasons Hotel in New York, the living room’s lacquered walls are inlaid with mother-of-pearl, which creates a luxury atmosphere.

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“No one has seen the city look like this from one place”: everyone says that sentence about this amazing dining room designer by Peter Marino. Can you imagine have a lunch with this breathtaking view?

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Covered in Thai silk, the canopy in the master bedroom of Ty Warner’s Four Seasons suite in New York attends an aesthetic and a functional purpose: It blocks out all light, necessary for international travelers on different sleep timetables.

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Industrial Projects

Dior Fashion Boutique

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The boutique is a fully open space with clean lines and modern architecture. The space is also have furniture and artwork designed by several different artists. Dior is likely looking for fashion-minded consumers to walk in and see the house’s new collections. From ready-to-wear to leather goods, via footwear, accessories and timepieces are showcased against a backdrop of white and grey tones.

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Channel Boutique

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Coco 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. See the splendid interiors designed by Peter Marino below.

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