The studio is a team led by Julien Rhinn who provides artistic and architectural direction in collaboration with Patrick Garruchet, architect DPLG.
Rather than talking about ourselves, which we find can be difficult, we would like to hand over to those who have written about us and our work, so that you can truly explore the soul of our studio, as well as our achievements, Here is our studio, “as seen from the outside”:
The establishment of this gifted thirty-year-old man in Saint-Tropez is not surprising. Julien Rhinn perfectly fits in the peninsula landscape just as much as the giant pines of the properties to which he dedicates all his talents. As a designer architect, he is fully focused on landscape design, outdoor living and vegetal decoration, following a key principle for each of his projects:
‘Make the impossible possible.’
‘Every time I finish a project, I leave a little bit of me,’ says Julien. Whenever he takes up a construction site, he gives 1,000% of himself. Julien has elevated his core activity, landscape design and outdoor living, to an amazing art form. His golden rule of an ‘all-year-round residential home’ takes on its full meaning and perfectly matches the peninsula, where one can find the finest properties. Indeed, this visionary only aims for the extraordinary and commits himself to no more than a dozen projects per year to live up to his philosophy.
‘My clients are exclusive!
I travel a lot. I absorb everything and I usually have a clear idea of what I want. I have an instinctive perception of the project and its scenography. This is why my clients give me carte blanche to accomplish their dream project, even if I have specifications’, Julien explains. As part of his landscape design activity, Julien Rhinn’s Saint-Tropez agency includes architecture, rehabilitation, renovation and construction poles. And the young man has surrounded himself with professionals as successful as he is in ‘delivering’ projects in record times.
Article published in “Pur Saint-Tropez” after the Studio settled in the town in September 2019