Jacques Garcia became a reference in the hotel world with more than 70 hotels to his credit. With his recognizable style, often copied, never equaled, Jacques Garcia has made his taste for glamour and « grand genre », his trademark. His achievements range from the most baroque style to the most refined. The Hotel Costes in Paris, the Mamounia in Marrakech, the Banyan tree in Doha are indeed a perfect illustration of its eclectism. A diversity of genres that marks his style.


La Réserve in Paris, the Cut in New York and the Chinese Park in London have Jacques Garcia’s design in common. Incomparable in the art of creating a unique atmosphere, he has made the restaurants for which he has worked a showcase of French art.


In parallel with his public achievements, Jacques Garcia has built nearly 50 private residences. From the Grand siècle style to the most absolute modernity, he was able to give free rein to his creative madness. Challenges met all over the world for exceptionnals residences.


Having become an essential reference in the knowledge of 17th and 18th century decors, Jacques Garcia has been asked several times to stage exhibitions. One of the biggest projects was the realization in 2014 of the period rooms for the Louvre Museum. An enhancement of the French decorative arts. He also participated in the refurnishing  of the apartments of the Palace of Versailles where he also designed in 2011 the exhibition “When Versailles was furnished with silver”.

Previously he realized the « Musée de la vie romantique » in the famous district of Montmartre in Paris.