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Aesthetics Clinic – Le Marais, Paris

Project: Commercial Interior Design Paris

Luxoria was commissioned to undertake a full renovation, fit-out, design and project management of a new chain of aesthetic clinics. The flagship clinic is based in the trendy Marais district in a large historic building. We wanted to enhance the character of the building’s interiors by preserving original features such as the powerful wooden beams proudly displayed on the second level. 

The objective of this project was to create the go-to centre for aesthetic medicine. The ethos of the skincare clinic is to be kind to skin, inspire confidence and adapt to client needs as per their skin type. Aesthetic medicine is still a sensitive subject today, with this in mind, it was essential we crafted a space that was welcoming and organic in style. To achieve this, we devised how to create a place where people will feel comfortable and confident. A warm and functional space where the different practitioners can carry out treatments in a well-designed space.

It was at this point that our project was born. To shape the appropriate design for this clinic, we were interested in the essence of the role of an aesthetic medicine clinic: taking care of our skin. Neutral, clear and uncluttered tones, undulating, clear forms going to the essential, all cradled in a soft light. Additionally, the brief for our commercial interior design project in Paris required us to create a light, colourful space that facilitates relaxation. Located in the hotspot Marais district, it was important for us that we developed a space that stood out from the competitors in the area.


Our role was to ensure the values of this clinic are understood from the moment the client enters the space. The large windows allowed us to showcase the clinic’s ethos to the passerby, whilst at the same time preserving the privacy of its clientele and showing the design created by Luxoria. 

In order to facilitate this blend of showcasing the design while protecting the client’s privacy we needed to create a flowing organic layout, all made from natural materials. 

Entrance & Waiting Area

The reception area mixes materials such as wood, stone and plaster to evoke a feeling of cleanliness. Adjacent to the front desk is the seating area. Organic shapes and lines are seen in the curvature of the furniture in this area. Free-standing shelving act as a room divider and a merchandise display destination. Display shelving at the entry echoes this transparency aesthetic while showcasing the products used by the practitioners.

To mirror the curvature of the structural layouts, furniture with organic forms was selected. To ensure customer privacy, the area can be divided into two using a screen that plays with transparency.


Six cabins, on two levels, are accessible to practitioners throughout the clinic. Each one is devoted to a particular treatment, so we had to plan carefully to make sure the area would be comfortable for the patients as well as for the doctors as they carried out their procedures. We were able to create a calming and comfortable ambience thanks to the materials we used. Hospitality interior design and the narrative of the space called for us to use a mix of organic natural materials such as wood, linen, leather, stone, ceramics etc.

First-floor cabin. 

We chose to retain the existing beams throughout the entire floor because we wanted to sublimate the area rather than denature it, just as the clinicians aim to sublimate their patient’s inherent beauty. 

Aftercare Space

Following on from an aesthetic treatment, we wanted to create a space where the patient could relax in total privacy. With this in mind, we built two post-care areas near each cabin, one on the first floor and the other on the ground floor.

Two private spaces with curved benches that merge into the surroundings play on curves. The walls are purposefully rounded to create intrigue, reference the reception area furniture and change the rhythm of the room, creating a bubble where the individual can take a short break.

To see our hospitality interior design work or other projects we have worked on check HERE. Additionally, you can follow us on Instagram @luxoria_interiors. There you will find some previous work, and current work mixed in with some inspirational work from other designers. On top of that, there is the Luxoria Pinterest page. This chronicles our inspiration as well as collaborations. Additionally, you will find mood boards to inspire, lifestyle, fashion, interiors, design elements and country house interior design ideas to browse.

Corporate Office – Monaco

Office Interior Design Monaco  

Principals’ office is accentuated with a darker and masculine colour palette. A feature wall  with premium marble in book match lay, and leather covers on each side of it are the focal  point of this room. The rug in dark blue eco-silk lightens the office and references the  proximity to the Mediterranean. Curved chairs give balance to the rigid lines of the  masculine furniture and add a sense of comfort and softness.

Desks for the main staff office needed to be contemporary, stylish, and timeless in their form  and finish. Wall-coverings bring a residential feel to communal office spaces while reflecting  light, creating a luminous ambiance. Again, reference to the nearby sea is seen in the blue  leather motifs. Filing systems & cabinets in wood veneer give a distinction to the space.

Meeting Room  

The lighting design is simple yet stylish, matching the continuity lines of the other offices

A tastefully decorated and well-proportioned private boardroom sit adjacent to the Principal  office. The space is fitted out with top-of-the-line tech and finished in finely crafted materials.  The brief of the boardroom was to be bright, tech-focused, and facilitate group meetings.  The boardroom table is rectangular in shape, seating comfortably 4 to 6 people, with  features that facilitate media connectivity for those who intervene in the meetings.

Rest of the Commercial space  

Tucked away from the main offices is the finance office space. It was necessary to assign this  department a designated discreet location.

The staff kitchen is finished to a high standard and is completed with sophisticated  equipment. The space offers staff a space to unwind during break or fix a coffee. In addition,  staff restrooms are finished in high-end marble and brass elements. The restrooms follow an  edgy colour scheme that sits juxtaposed to the aesthetic of the office spaces. The staff  restrooms also feature a private showering facility and dressing space.

The large terraces wrap around the borders of the offices and communal spaces. Wooden  decking work creates continuity with the office ceiling design and simultaneously pays  homage to the nautical aesthetic. The terrace spaces offer staff the opportunity of an oasis in  the sky – a luxury in somewhere like Monaco where outdoor space comes at a premium.  During the warmer months, the space can function as an entertainment space for team  members and clients alike. The terraces overlook the ports of Monaco to the south, the  Monte Carlo casino sits to the east, the royal palace sits to the west, and the cascading  alpine hills to the north.

To see other projects we have worked on check HERE. Additionally, you can follow us on Instagram @luxoria_interiors. There you will find some previous work, current work mixed in with some inspirational work from other designers. On top of that, there is the Luxoria Pinterest page. This chronicles our inspiration as well as collaborations. Additionally, you will find mood boards to inspire, lifestyle, fashion, interiors, design elements and country house interior design ideas to browse.