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06.01.20 Jessica Barouch and Francesco Balzano: Maison Damyel

A stone's throw from the Place des Ternes (17th arrondissement) hides a small boudoir where all gourmets are already flocking in search of sweet gifts for the holiday season. For its 6th Parisian address, Maison Damyel calls on interior designer and gallery owner Jessica Barouch and designer Francesco Balzano who imagine a very soft setting, where the traditional “too much” of chocolate factories gives way to purity.

02.01.20 Toro & Liautard: The Scene

Winner of the TV show Top Chef in 2011, then doubly Michelin-starred for her cuisine at the Prince de Galles hotel in Paris, French chef Stéphanie Le Quellec has just opened her first gourmet restaurant in the 8th arrondissement. La Scène settles down in a chic setting like a luxurious boat imagined by the duo Toro & Liautard and invites gourmets from the capital to live an extraordinary taste, olfactory and visual experience.

20.12.19 Atelier du Pont: Boutique Avril

At a time when bio-based and ecological products are in order, the Atelier du Pont agency is imagining, for the organic cosmetics brand Avril, an organic clay interior. For the boutique on rue Montmartre in Paris (1st arrondissement), the architects created a case in ocher tones that perfectly reflected the spirit of the brand.

18.12.19 Atelier Steve: The Batignolles Apartment

At the head of the architectural agency Atelier Steve since 2016, the young Frenchwoman Pauline Borgia likes to take a fresh look at old-fashioned interiors. After several successful projects, she is now tackling the dated development of an apartment nestled in the heart of the Batignolles. A renovation with character that transforms the dusty interior of this typically Parisian accommodation into a contemporary gem. A real master stroke!

02.12.19 Collet & Muller Architects: A Parisian apartment of the sixties

After the transformation of an old farm of the Oise (60) into a comfortable family home, the French agency Collet & Muller Architects has taken up a new challenge: the renovation of a Parisian apartment of the sixties. The result is a contemporary home with a functional layout and minimalist decoration. Visit a small nugget nestled in the heart of Paris.

29.11.19 File: 5 atypical shops in Paris

Birkenstock, Forte Forte, EN Spa ... As the race for gifts begins, the Muuuz editorial team invites you to discover the trendiest new boutiques in the capital. What inspire you a few weeks of Christmas.

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22.11.19 Ordinary Workshop: House in Beaune

Known for his woodwork, the Ordinary Workshop signs a new family book in Burgundy. It is more precisely in Beaune that the Alsatian agency conceives a prefabricated house dialoguing with the forest landscape and intended for a couple of winegrowers. A most contemporary cabin built offsite that lets in light through large openings cleverly placed.

21.11.19 Friedmann & Versace: Riviera

The French studio Friedmann & Versace, formed by the decorators Virginie Friedmann and Delphine Versace, imagines a decor with Mediterranean accents for the restaurant Riviera. For the new Parisian address of restaurateurs David and Lionel, the female tandem signs a summer interior looking like a holiday home. What extend the summer all year.

18.11.19 VINSON & Co: Birkenstock 1774 Showroom

From trendy to ultra trendy, the German brand of sandals Birkenstock opens a Parisian showroom dedicated to the exhibition of his latest collaborations. Now in the spirit of the times, the German firm offers a contemporary interior designed by the British studio Vinson & Co. A bright space with refined decor that becomes the trendy setting of these comfortable shoes from across the Rhine. It's the height of chic.

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