Tristan Auer

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An interior and emotion architect, Tristan Auer designs beautifully sensual and singular interiors. His extremely rich and aesthetic vision finds its finest expression in vibrant col- our, lights and era mixes. From the Hôtel de Crillon and the Bains-Douches in Paris, to the prestigious works in private houses in London and New York, all the way to Moustique Is- land, he operates with the style of a stage director, his client being both the main actor in his screenplay and his accomplice in this on-going quest for elegance. As an ambassador of a certain French “art de vivre”, Tristan Auer combines his very modern vision with arts and crafts excellence to give a new definition of contemporary luxury.
Tristan Auer grew up in Aix-en-Provence. After graduating at ESAG-Penninghen, he joined forces with the Christian Liaigre team, and then Philippe Starckavant’s before he went on starting his own interior design firm in Paris in 2002.

Signature Style

Working in the style of the Interior Designers of the 1920’s, Interior Architect Tristan Auer juggles the styles of the baroque and contemporary eras with daring, eclectic compositions. The celebrities and captains of industry who commission him, are looking for elegant interiors that are functional and easy to live in. The designer stresses, “I love taking myself off on adventures, working closely with my clients and making sure that the design or decoration makes their lives more pleasant.”


For his sense of light and staging as seen in ultra-luxury hotels such as the Pullman in Cannes created in 2006, and his transformation of the legendary Parisian night club Les Bains Douche into a hotel.


What’s up

Tristan Auer recently won the Prix Versaille 2016 ‘Special prize Interior’ for Hôtel Les Bains Douches. As well as working on the transformation of the hotel Crillon, which was completed in 2017, the rooms at the Cotton House, he completed an apartment in London, a home on the rue de Monceau and a mansion in Le Vésinet.

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