Written by Joseph Dirand, Photographed by Adrien Dirand, Text by Sarah Medford and Yann Sillec
The first monograph on one of today’s most celebrated architects, renowned for designing interiors that combine minimalism with classic French style. When describing a space that intertwines both minimalism and elegance, the name Joseph Dirand immediately comes to mind.
The son of Jacques Dirand, one of the most renowned interior photographers of his time, Joseph Dirand is now one of the most sought-after architects. By incorporating a quintessentially French style into otherwise minimalist interiors, Dirand creates instantly recognizable spaces, known for their strong lines and meticulous precision. This book focuses primarily on Dirand’s residential interior design work in Paris and New York, while also featuring some of his acclaimed designs for the interiors of hotels, restaurants, and fashion houses worldwide. Lavishly illustrated with photography that captures the timelessness of his style, which touts impeccable proportions and breathtaking attention to detail, Joseph Dirand: Interioris a feast for the eyes and essential for anyone with an interest in interior design.
About The Author
Joseph Dirandis a Parisian architect and interior designer whose work is renowned for its extraordinary precision and elegant minimalism. His projects include numerous residential commissions and stores for Chloé, Givenchy, Balmain, Rick Owens, and Alexander Wang.
Yann Siliecis a cultural, fashion, and design contributor. He regularly collaborates withVoguemagazine.
Sarah Medfordis the former executive editor ofArchitectural Digestand director of arts, culture, and design atTown & Country. Today she contributes toWSJ Magazineand theWall Street Journal.
After studying cinema and graphic design,Adrien Dirandpursued fashion and architectural photography. He collaborates with prestigious magazines such asAD, Citizen K,orThe World of Interiorsand notably works with Dior and Rick Owens.