Peter Marino

Interior Design

Peter Marino Architect Transforms the Cheval Blanc Paris

In the late 1920s, architect Henri Sauvage oversaw completion of a large art deco building for Parisian department store Samaritaine. A century later, the building was reimagined for LVMH, including a portion transformed into the luxury hotel Cheval Blanc Paris by Interior Design Hall of Fame member Peter Marino. The 172,000-square-foot property, which encompasses 72 rooms and suites, is respectful of the structure’s history and site but maintains a modern edge in an ever-changing city. “We transformed it without disregarding the existing heritage,” Marino explains. “The work of French artists and artisans was integrated into every aspect.”
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Interior Design

Cozy Up With These New Books by India Mahdavi and Peter Marino

Before we see a written word, this book, which arrives in an untitled but richly graphic slipcase, presents us with 14 pages of a Mahdavi table design seen in many hues and patterns. Almost all the rather large (9½ x 12 ½ inches) subsequent pages are similarly alive with color, as are the Mahdavi interiors. Amid this happy kaleidoscope, however, is a 28-page interview with the designer by Javier Fernandez Contreras, dean of the department of interior architecture at the Geneva University of Art and Design, telling us of her background.
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Hundreds of Chanel Buildings In, Peter Marino Still Isn’t Tired of Black and White

Click here to read the full article. Architect Peter Marino was in a mood to talk in powers of 10. “It’s much easier to work with a limited palette — 10 times easier,” he said, dialing in from his Manhattan-based practice to talk about “The Architecture of Chanel,” a book that features a selection of 16 of the many buildings he designed for Chanel, all in the French brand’s signature black and white.More from WWD'King Richard' Star Demi Singleton Gets Ready for the Premiere in ChanelPhotos from the 'Eternals' Press TourInside Chanel Cruise 2022 Show in Dubai As effortless as they look...
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Peter Marino

When Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island was formed in 1993, its founders intended the organization to be a health insurer for the state’s at-risk population. Since taking over the top job at Neighborhood Health in 2014, Peter Marino has grabbed that baton and run with it. Neighborhood Health has...

peter marino receives THE DESIGN PRIZE 2021 'best exhibition' for his art foundation

‘I see it as a house museum. a frick by the sea,’ peter marino tells designboom, referring to the new york city art institution that houses henry clay frick’s personal collection of fine and decorative arts. we spoke with the architect ahead of being awarded with the golden madonnina trophy 2021 of milan’s THE DESIGN PRIZE for ‘best exhibition’ (find out more about the prize here). during our interview and tour of the foundation, where we got to experience first hand the artworks on view, marino delves into the origins of his collection, the criteria behind selecting his acquisitions, as well as the dialogue between the pieces and the rooms of the newly-restored southampton building.

Renowned Architect Peter Marino Talks Inspiration, Context and Avoiding ‘Brand-Boxing’

Few, if any, architects have worked on as many luxury retail projects as Peter Marino. He has been credited with redefining the discipline via big commissions such as a strikingly minimalist Giorgio Armani store in New York and a black- and-white Chanel tower in Tokyo. Both infused aspects of brand identity into the brick-and-mortar, a welcome antidote to more generic storefronts. Over the years, his practice—which has offices in Manhattan, Philadelphia and Southampton—has worked residential designs as well, a discipline Marino broke into by renovating Andy Warhol’s Upper East Side townhouse in the late ’70s. It’s retail, though, and specifically...
New York Post

Peter Marino launches his own splashy art foundation in Southampton

Style standout Peter Marino will open a home for his eponymous foundation on tony Jobs Lane in Southampton this summer. Housing his extensive collection, and working in tandem with the Southampton Arts Center (SAC) next door, the Peter Marino Art Foundation will offer cultural programming throughout the year. The New...
Financial Times

How I Spend It: Peter Marino, architect, artist, apiarist

Unlike my day job – architecture, which tends to be somewhat fixed – there is nothing fixed about gardening. It’s the antidote to modern life and keeps me from going crazy. The only thing that’s certain is that by next spring 20 per cent of your garden will have changed. Either one or two trees will have been blown out by a nor’easter – as happened to me last summer – or the crocosmia won’t come back because it didn’t thrive in winter. Gardens are worse than children. You want to use the Austin Powers line on them – “Oh, do behave!” – but they don’t.

Tiffany Taps Architect Peter Marino for Flagship: Sources

Now that Tiffany & Co. is part of the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton empire, the retailer has tapped the luxury giant’s go-to architect to polish its crown jewel. Peter Marino has reportedly taken over the renovation of Tiffany’s Fifth Avenue flagship, putting his touches on the jeweler’s plans to make a statement commensurate with the store’s long history and place in American luxury retailing, WWD has learned.

Report: Tiffany brings on renowned architect Peter Marino for flagship renovation

Tiffany & Co. is proceeding with the massive renovation of its Fifth Avenue flagship but there have been some changes at the top. The famed jeweler, which is now owned by global luxury powerhouse LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, has tapped architect Peter Marino to take over the renovation, reported Women’s Wear Daily. Tiffany closed the iconic, 10-story building in January 2020 to begin work on the remodel. (With the flagship closed for construction, the retailer has been operating out of an adjacent building.) The pandemic has caused delays, and the work is now not expected to be completed until Christmas 2022 or early 2023, the report said.

louis vuitton reopens its ginza namiki store with design by jun aoki and peter marino

Louis vuitton has reopened a newly designed store spanning seven floors in tokyo’s ginza district. the previously existing location has been completely transformed by jun aoki and peter marino. inspired by the reflections of water, aoki and his firm were responsible for the building’s curving and rippling exterior that creates a three-dimensional effect. this aesthetic is enhanced by a dichroic film that produces endless color variations.