Stella Cadente and Florian Claudel

Under the artistic direction of Thierry Virvaire, six different architects have designed six hotel rooms to showcase the latest trends and innovations in the hotel industry (EQUIPHOTEL). Today, I present to you the work of Stella Cadente and Florian Claudel (see photo below).

Ever faithful to the codes that have come to define their brand identity, Stella Cadente Studio proves that its aesthetic universe can easily translate and adapt to any type of project.

Over the course of the centuries, France—with its rich history, traditions, and taste for magnificence—has developed an architectural expertise within hotels that has allowed it to cultivate its art of welcoming. What is your own definition or view of this French art of welcoming? What characterizes it? What influences do you bring to it?

Most hotels these days move away from impersonalized standards that threaten to trap hotels into flavorless neutrality, striving instead to welcome their clients in establishments that assume a specific identity and awaken the curiosity and imagination.

These days, a hotel room must respond to two-fold expectations: the quality of its services and the design experience that it offers.

We began with the experience of the client, who, far from his home, seeks to find human warmth and convenience, and to these we have added the touch of poetry and mystery that characterize the Stella Cadente universe.

Nurtured on fairy-tales and fantastical myths, the design work of our agency subscribes to a thoroughly French aesthetic enriched with Slavic accents. Our designs seek to inspire enchantment; we love to embark on an original universe, where allusions and colors blend in a mix-and-match spirit that always maintains an air of excitement.

Can you describe for us the Suite 304 project that you are going to exhibit at the EQUIPHOTEL Salon?

For this design, Stella Cadente Studio worked off of the idea of inviting the visitor to enter the hotel room, in the way that Belle enters the castle of the Beast….by allowing herself to be captivated by the dreaminess of a space floating aloft a mysterious fragrance.

The muted tones of the color palette will be further embellished by the luminous presence of the color gold, a precious favorite of Stella Cadente.

The soft and silky materials, found in the carpet and the velvet of the seats, will set off the brilliance of the lacquered and stained elements.

From sorcerer’s mirrors, lamps that cast sibylline shades, hands reaching through the walls, to evocations of animals, everything will come together to breathe life into the enchanted atmosphere of the space.

What is your vision of the hotel room? How do you hope to reinvent it? What is your conception of the division of the various spaces in a room?

For this hotel room, we’ve concocted an atmosphere anchored in a thoroughly French spirit. We wanted it to unite the advantages of the most refined high-end hotel services to the comfort and charm of the familiar and protective setting of a house.

This room will create a space that subtly marries the classic sophistication of an elegant, hushed comfort to an atmosphere that is at once dreamlike, modern, and offbeat.

Introducing Stella Cadente and Florian Claudel

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Stella Cadente and Florian Claudel

Stella Cadente studied fashion and design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, as well as at Studio Berçot in Paris.

After completing design internships at Montana, Chanel, and even Thierry Mugler, she created her own brand in 1991: Stella Cadente, Italian for “shooting star.” She thus gave rise to her vision of femininity with her line of ready-to-wear items and high-end accessories.

Following a transition from fashion to design and even a brief stint in photography, Stella Cadente defines herself today as an integrative designer who translates her creativity with complete liberty and offers her expertise in service to brands.

Florian Claudel, a graduate of the photography school ICART, began his career in photography as an assistant to Mario Testino, Nathaniel Goldberg, and Peter Lindberg. He subsequently collaborated with various fashion magazines and numerous brands in the world of cosmetics.

In 2008, he met Stella Cadente and swiftly became associated with the creative designer at the head of Studio Stella Cadente, over which he today shares artistic direction. At once an agency for style, trends, and design, this creative studio works just as well for fashion and beauty as it does for décor or visual communication, consulting regularly for numerous prestigious brands and companies.

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