Sybille de Margerie emphasize Modernity and Harmony into Hospitality Design Projects, where the traditional has direction for a modern style and to harmonious aesthetic ambiences.
Sybille de Margerie
Architect of a certain French “art de vivre” and spirit of luxury, Sybille de Margerie has achieved with panache a plethora of projects around the world.
Luxury hotels, boutique-hotels, restaurants and spa, chalets and exclusive residences mark out this passionate path. Major groups and brands such as Mandarin Oriental Group, LVMH Hotel Management, Four Seasons, Hilton, IHG, or Accor, as well as private investors acknowledge her mastery of contemporary codes of the hotel industry and her art of detail.
Sybille de Margerie Hospitality Projects
The studio, headed in pairs with her husband and partner Gilles Riahi, in charge of finance and development, is enriched by the expertise of an international team of 30 employees in their Paris, Florence and Dubai’s offices.
Created in 1989 under the name SM Design, the studio engages with a constantly renewed creativity for ambitious and exclusive projects. From Mandarin Oriental Paris to Cheval Blanc Courchevel, palaces created with impetuous elegance.
Colors, culture and creation are her watchwords for a timeless and tailor-made luxury, perfectly interpreted in her projects.
Her portfolio welcomes the recent achievements of the very chic Royal Champagne Hotel & Spa in Epernay, Coeur de Megève in the French Alps, Hotel D in Geneva. Projects soon to be revealed will be the sumptuous Royal Atlantis Residences in Dubai, numerous hotels and the interiors of a cruise ship.
LE 1947 in COURCHEVEL
Le 1947, the Maison’s exceptional restaurant, owes its name to the most prestigious and sought after vintage of Château Cheval Blanc.
Sybille de Margerie created an elegant universe for this remarkable and intimate three Michelin star restaurant. The flooring in Macassar ebony blends with the Cordoba chocolate colored leather, creating a harmonious link between the Maison’s interiors and this distinguished culinary experience.
COCON DE LUXE
The idea of Sybille came from an egg-shaped concept, a cocoon and inspired by the Yin and Yang symbol and their complementary forces, sunny side / shady side, dark and light, night and day. They may as well represent the duality of human nature, introvert or extrovert. Intimate life or social world.
CHEVAL BLANC – COURCHEVEL
Cheval Blanc has been designed as an exceptional Alpine refuge.
A decidedly contemporary yet warm and welcoming concept has been developed for this venue where luxury is expressed through decorative details and materials such as wood, leather, stone and bronze.
A sensual and emotional experience at the summit where art is ever-present.
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ROYAL CHAMPAGNE HOTEL & SPA
This project goes into the heart of the Champagne region, in a former post-house where the kings of France would stop along their way to coronations in Reims.
Its interior draws inspiration here upon. Bedrooms are furnished in wood and stone, with color harmonies evoking the contrasts of wild nature and linear axes.
Warm and classical forms are interlaced with acid tones and reworked damas fabrics.
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MANDARIN ORIENTAL in PARIS
The Paris Mandarin Oriental’s style seeks its essence in the opulence, modernity and creativity of the ‘30s as well as from within the recognized standards of Parisian luxury and fashion.
A contemporary palace reinterprets the characteristics of this prolific era pays homage to the muses of yesterday and today. Its pronounced feminine and romantic atmosphere, its subtle colors and materials, its delicate details all come together as an invitation to voluptuousness.
LE BARTHELEMY HOTEL & SPA
An island in a hotel, with an infinite range of blues – emerald, turquoise, navy-blue – and this paradise’s sandy white beaches by the infinite ocean, along with well-preserved natural surroundings, all endow Saint-Barthélemy with a rich diversity of stories and culture, filled with luxurious and refined influences, devoted to rest, pleasure, and relaxation.
Stone and wood meld authenticity, modernity, and nobility, while natural fabrics, such as linen and coton in the soft, comforting hues of sandy beach beiges, strike a contrast with the lively, crisp hues of hibiscus, azure, and bright green.
This refined luminous setting ensures harmony and well-being as a metaphor of an island.
The Mont Blanc Hotel is fulfilled with bright colors reverberating the mountains energy.
THE NORMAN in TEL AVIV
Located within two heritage-listed buildings, the hotel tells the story of Tel Aviv, the white city, the Bauhaus style, the colonial period, the oriental influence.
For 100 years, this Mediterranean city has been absorbing these many influences, an architecture of lines and curves is mixed with brownstone, oriental rugs and exotic woods.
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