After having fitted out the service areas of the Washington Plaza in Paris, the architect Ana Moussinet takes up the challenge of rethinking those of the Louvre Saint-Honoré. In this beautiful Parisian hotel, she relies on daring biases, and surprises us.
At the request of Société Foncière Lyonnaise (SFL), Ana Moussinet has infused elegance and poetry into the service areas of the Hotel Louvre Saint-Honoré. To do this, the architect collaborated with the gallery owner Amélie du Chalard, with whom she shares a sensitivity for beautiful objects, to put art in the spotlight at the Louvre Saint-Honoré.
The architect imagined functional, authentic and timeless service spaces, in which the hotel's clientele will soon be able to meet. Drawing on her expertise, Ana Moussinet has chosen to create, through an association of styles and atmospheres, a warm and inspiring interior. The halls, lounge and meeting rooms have been designed as the comfortable living rooms of a private apartment, to bring real intimacy to these shared spaces.
Advised by Amélie du Chalard, Ana Moussinet has redesigned and modernized the hotel's service areas by combining beautiful pieces of furniture and works of art. In this friendly and elegant interior, the architect creates a dialogue between the paintings of Jean Duruisseau and the works of Delphine de Luppé. We also discover creations by Kristian Sofus Hansen and Tommy Hyldahl, Kethevane Cellard, Anouck Peeters and Pascale Risbourg.
164 rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris - France
To learn more, visit the site of the architect Ana Moussinet.
Visuals: © DR