French interior designer Jacques Garcia possesses a truly unique style, mixing 17th- and 18th-century references with modern influences to create a timeless interpretation of French elegance. From his work as an interior decorator for clients such as the Sultan of Brunei, to his high-profile re-creation of an 18th-century tea house for Ladurée on the Champs Elysées; and the design of the always relevant Hôtel Costes, his body of work is timeless. Garcia has renovated private and public spaces around the world, including many hotels in Paris. NoMad is his first hotel in New York. The design draws from his private, idiosyncratic residences and is inspired by his time in Paris as a young man.