To satisfy a growing religious community, the Portuguese city of Odivelas commissions the Estúdio AMATAM local studio an Islamic cultural center. A spiritual temple with a minimalist and contemporary aesthetic where reflection, meditation and conversation are in order.
The tour of the good Parisian tables seems endless! And yet, adding to a list already long, the Marsan Hélène Darroze stands out. A temple of gastronomy that takes place in a clean setting signed Patrice Gardera. Warm woods, a simple palette and contemporary furniture invite the gourmets of the capital to enjoy a culinary and architectural experience with Southwestern accents.
For its very first address, the Australian brand dedicated to the art of living Zoobibi offers itself an oasis combining modernity and tradition in the heart of Melbourne (Australia) imagined by the studio The Stella Collective, led by the interior designer Hana Hakim.
The London-based design duo Child Studio combine the elegance of vintage cafes with the feminine signature of a vegan pizzeria called Humble. A bright pink decor where sweets are not once in the spotlight!
New address of Filakia, Greek signboard located in the 2ème and 5ème arrondissements, the Grand Café of Athens is a real invitation to travel. With its olive walls and typical dishes, this new temple of Mediterranean gastronomy is signed by Studio Parisien, to whom we also owe the restaurant Yoko (2ème arrondissement).
A connected concept store? A luxurious pied-à-terre? What nay! Located in the Boucherville district of Montreal (Canada), this marble and brass setting actually hides a top-of-the-range laundry inspired by Parisian apartments in the beautiful neighborhoods.
The young French brand Okko Hotels inaugurates its ninth establishment. Housed in a historic Parisian train station in the heart of the 10ème arrondissement, this complex disrupts the codes of the traditional hotel industry, from its conceptual audacity to its design interior.
No need to book your return trip to treat yourself to a sunny getaway, the La Gare restaurant is in itself a trip in itself. If its old railway facade retains the imprints of its past, its interior by Laura Gonzalez - named designer of the year 2019 by Maison & Objet - makes us quickly forget it.
The architects Joan Arnau and Carme Muňoz of the Spanish agency 05AM arquitectura took up the challenge of fitting out the interior of an old Parisian apartment of 172 square meters in the 16th arrondissement. Successful bet !