We are happy to introduce you to the beautiful interior projects of Philippe Harden. With a good eye for detail, a focus on proportions, materials and colours and his own design language, the designer creates elegant interiors in which context, daring colour combinations and natural materials are central.
French designer Philippe Harden studied at the Ecole d'Architecture Paris La Seine (DPLG) and eventually established his own interior design studio in the French capital. Before founding this, Harden gathered a lot of experience by working with various renowned agencies. This experience, combined with his talent, is now being put into practice with his wonderful projects. Harden developed his own design language thanks to his mastery of space, his relationship with context and his appreciation for sustainability.
Designer Philippe Harden focuses on proportions, materials, contact and colour combinations
His projects are characterised by a fairly minimalist aesthetic, but each time with a surprising element in the form of colourful details, special textures or unique pieces of furniture. The designer's love for decorative art and furniture and his excellent taste are clearly visible in the interiors he creates. Harden prefers natural materials which create a cosy and homely atmosphere and a qualitative appearance. He strives to adapt each project to its context and history. According to the designer, ‘the right proportions, textures and colour combinations are more important than the excessive use of complex shapes or trendy effects’. The selection of furniture and the colour palette are therefore always perfectly chosen and always provide unique and often unexpected results. ‘I pay a lot of attention to materials, proportions and colours that make you feel good,’ said the designer in an earlier interview with Remodelista. Elegant and surprising. This is how Imagicasa would describe Philippe Harden's projects. We would like to show you three of his unique creations here: Apartment G, House V and Apartment SD.
'The right proportions, textures and colour combinations are more important than the excessive use of complex shapes or trendy effects.
All three are located in Paris and this romantic city full of history and culture was a great inspiration for Philippe Harden for the designs. For the complete renovation of Apartment G he wanted to preserve the look of the classic Parisian apartments as much as possible and enhance the space with a rather minimal design, noble materials and a contrasting palette of dark and light colours. This sober palette is nicely complemented in the living space by some brighter colours such as yellow and blue in well-considered details. In House V Harden also played with bold tones in the living room. Here we find, among other things, a bright orange armchair, a green sofa and vases and decorative items in various colours and materials. Apartment SD testifies to the designer's stylish yet cosy aesthetics in an interior with light and dark contrasts.
Each Philippe Harden project is unique, yet we always clearly recognise the cosy, elegant and daring stamp of the designer in it. Imagicasa is already curious about what he will surprise us with in the future. Courtesy Philippe Harden