Inside Place Du Palais Bourbon by Studio KO

It’s been a while since Studio KO has re-designed a stunning Parisian apartment. They added glamorous interiors characterized by soft and sophisticated luxury materials… and – in theme with our Gold Living Rooms ideas – a lot of gold! The authors of such an emblematic work are interior designers duo Studio KO, best-known for several outstanding interior design projects commissioned by big names. These, such as Pierre Berge (and therefore Yves Saint Laurent), Hermes and the Agnelli family. Today we will spare some words for this elegant and fabulous project, Place du Palais Bourbon by Studio KO.

About Studio KO and Place du Palais Bourbon

Well-known for their characteristic use of materials, furnishing and space, the interior designers from Studio KO might be said to be maximally minimalist. The luxury environment the interior designers created in Place du Palais Bourbon has in fact an extremely strong impact. But keeping an elegant and luxurious vibe and without ever being overbearing. For Place du Palais Bourbon by Studio KO, though, they definitely adopted a ‘more is more’ philosophy. Investing rather in a more Mid-Century Modern ambiences with touches of Hollywood Regency. Golden, sophisticated and definitely retro.

About Studio KO

True to Studio KO’s nature and philosophy, the two interior designers always try to maintain each project’s circumstances and story. That is why, every one of their successes appears to be different from the others. Trying to adapt a project “to its place”, in Fournier’s words. Although always building every interior design project around the importance of natural light.


Proof of such constant evolution is Place du Palais Bourbon by Studio KO, in fact. The interior designers have relied on a harmonious and crescendo combination of textures and patters. Giving the luxury environment a modern vibe, but with a touch of nineties. This characteristic layered luxury and luxury design, moderately adorned but still luxurious and embellished, brings finally a minimalist drift. In its maximalist nature.

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