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 !
The streetwear brand HOMECORE offers a colorful pop-up store in the capital at the Galerie Elysées 26 designed by Studio Malka Architecture. A colorful space of 100 square meters in style borrowed from graffiti culture, born in the 1980 years.
Located at the Galeries Lafayette Champs-Elysees (XNIXXth arrondissement), the café Citron is the trendy Paris address of 8. Thought by the young French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus and the House Caviar Kaspia, Lemon regales you, for the pleasure of the eyes and taste buds!
The interior designers Hugo Toro and Maxime Lieutard sign the decoration of a private apartment of 140 square meters under the eaves in the heart of the capital, in a masculine spirit playing with colors and noble materials.
The time is for booking air tickets and buying sunscreen. And what more exotic destination than Mauritius to spend his summer vacation? If you do not know where to stay on the archipelago, why not Palmar Salt, a colorful hotel by Camille Walala that rhymes Indian Ocean and Italian Memphis group.
Show in front! Forte Forte, the Italian brand, has taken over rue de Grenelle (7ème arrondissement) for its very first Paris address, designed by its founder Giada Forte and his companion, and artistic director Robert Vattilina. A shop of 100 square meters looking like a boudoir radiating beauty.
More than a neighborhood bistro, Bouillon Julien is a true Parisian institution. Established in 1906 in the 10ème arrondissement, the establishment saw Edith Piaf and her lover Marcel Cerdan, Ernest Hemingway, or Jean Cocteau, who tasted popular dishes in an Art Deco decor classified as a historical monument since 1997. Anxious to restore this typical broth to its former grandeur, London's John Whelan propels new gourmets into a unique Belle Epoque aesthetic. A nostalgic and elegant culinary journey.
Make something new with old, successful bet for the JCPCDR architects office which rehabilitates an apartment of the roaring twenties close to the Parc Monceau in Paris (17ème arrondissement) to make a place of life bathed in light.