Spotlight: Pierre-Andr Guindon

Pierre-André Guindon Interiors celebrated its 10th anniversary on Thurs., Sept. 19, by unveiling its new visual identity and its first collection of Signature decorative objects.

The celebration was held at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and featured a tour of the finest pieces from the museum’s decorative arts and design collection, followed by a reception at the museum’s Design Lab.

Surrounded by decor especially designed for the occasion by Pierre- André Guindon – decor that incorporates the graphics and the corporate metallic colours (gold, silver and bronze) from his new visual identity – guests were invited to take in the designer’s first collection of decorative objects.

Several collections – dinnerware, crystal, silverware, mosaics and rugs – were presented as virtual images. The exhibit also included a collection of wallpaper and, most notably, the first piece of furniture from a new collection for Jaymar that bears the Pierre-André Guindon Interiors stamp.

Say Guindon, “To express my dedication to the clean lines of contemporary design without compromising on comfort, I chose to exhibit an armchair à la Pommier – a style of chair that was designed for Napoleon I with a very low back that turns forward at right angles to create the armrests. Napoleon was particularly fond of this type of chair because it is very comfortable. I enjoy reinterpreting history to create a contemporary piece of furniture,” 


The Pierre-André Guindon Interiors Signature collection includes five major themes with evocative names: Klimt, POP, CoCo, Wham and Garbo. The collection features 10 product groups: Fabrics; Wallpaper; Furniture; Lighting; Floor lamps; Glassware (crystal and/or glass); Dinnerware; Flatware (silver and stainless steel); Rugs; and Mosaics


Inspired by the Viennese artist, Klimt celebrates the return of gold, copper and bronze. These new metallic shades join the timeless colours of silver and platinum – the signature metals of Pierre-André Guindon Interiors. Klimt is distinguished by square forms in all the different products and by metallic leather like the covering of the Pommier Armchair for Jaymar.


New York and yellow taxi cabs with their checkered stripe are the hallmarks of POP, which features black or white lacquered wood and chrome. The theme comes in leathers, all the Signature collection products, and dinnerware.


Inspired by the fashion icon, this theme highlights the contrast between masculine and feminine, and features CoCo’s trademark colours – gold and pink. This theme comes mainly in accents such as rug fabrics and wallpapers, complementing the other themes.


Inspired by the ’80s, Wham combines bright colours with geometric shapes. Complementing POP, this theme was designed for a dynamic and urban look. It blends beautifully with the three metals from Klimt and also comes in crystal.


Inspired by the Art Deco movement, Garbo is distinguished by structured lines, metals, glam and velvet. This theme celebrates the refined style of the finest materials such as walnut and the three metals – gold, silver and bronze (the signature metals of Pierre-André Guindon Interiors) – with black and white highlights. A jazzy harmony that also comes in crystal.


Pierre-André Guindon Interiors is an international brand for those seeking to combine interior architecture with living well, whether they’re renovating or creating a new primary or secondary residence. The goal of Pierre-André Guindon Interiors is to help clients turn their dreams into reality and to create a living environment that combines their desire for beauty and harmony with the needs of their day-to-day lives. The company prides itself on delivering finished projects and creations that are “ready for living” – down to the smallest detail. Pierre-André Guindon Interiors features leading North American and European brands, and designs its own exclusive Signature furniture and accessory collections to give your interior the character it deserves. Pierre-André Guindon Interiors is based in Montreal but also takes on projects in Toronto and on the East Coast of the United States.


Pierre-André Guindon is a designer who is well known in Canada and the U.S. for his many accomplishments in the decoration and renovation of private homes. He combines his talents as a creator with imagination, creativity and inspiration with those of an entrepreneur with organization, discipline and attention to detail. The priority in his work is to listen to the needs of his clients. “More than just decoration or a place to live, my designs create a warm atmosphere, providing all of the comfort that today’s technology can bring,” say Guindon. “For me, the greatest reward is when clients tell me that they feel at home the minute they enter their new interior.” This is what he aptly calls design-for-living, where attention to the materials, the interior architecture and the smallest touches and details allows for the creation of a beautiful location where it feels good to live.

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