Emulated as the epitome of French style and honoured by international design magazines and editors, Jean-Louis Deniot is in demand. His legacy is already being compared to that of design greats such as Jacques Grange and Alberto Pinto. Deniot is an architect first, ensuring that the interior architecture of his rooms is harmonious before taking a sophisticated neoclassical approach to the decor. He brings education, logic, and design history to his work, with one eye looking at the most refined style of French eighteenth century and one eye on the sophistication of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. His mix is highly individual, mixing art and custom-made furniture and pieces from different periods with masterful elegance. His rooms always look comfortable and timeless; never overly formal or trendy. In his second book, Deniot highlights his newest work from around the globe, showcasing his urbane and artful interiors from the United States to London, Paris, and Milan, and Moscow, Bangkok and New Delhi. With stunning photography and a series of insightful interviews between the designer and author Pamela Golbin, Destinations highlights a polished and richly layered classical style that is changing the scene for international design and offering inspiration and ideas to decorators, homeowners, and antiques enthusiasts.