DIMORESTUDIO : Hôtel Saint-Marc

A few steps from the Opera-Comique in Paris, Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of DIMORESTUDIO Milanese agency associated with Philippe Medioni shall adjust the Hotel San Marco. The duo imagines a world inspired by Art Deco, an invitation to travel through time and styles.

Erected in 1791, Hotel San Marco was the residence of the Duc de Choiseul, prime minister of Louis XV, before being invested by Adolphe Thiers and the National, historical log of the July Revolution. In the twentieth century, the building hosts the famous Italian restaurant Poccardi then becomes an office. Nadia Murano and Denis Nourry, owner of the Hotel du Petit Moulin designed by Christian Lacroix 2005 ultimately make the acquisition of the Hotel San Marco in 2013.


Sheltered by a private courtyard, the five-story hotel offers rooms 25 thoughts as true private apartments between 20 and 40 m² and a suite of 56m². The courtyard garden and checkered, and the sleek Spa incite relaxation and relaxation, away from the bustle of the main department stores and the Opera Garnier.

The common areas and rooms each have a clean and strong identity. Soils dress or thick marble and stained carpets. From mustard yellow to blue duck, monochrome walls are punctuated with drapes and curtains stylized motifs. Between the two periods, the eighteenth convenient bellies to interact with curved parts of 1930 years géométriues tientées shapes of Cubism. The varnished wood, marquetry, velvet and brass bring richness and elegance to the different spaces.


Photos: Philippe Serve

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