Looking on the internet for some places that were worthwhile, we’ve found this interesting article written by Rachel Holmes where the author shows finest locations. Updating the information, Paris Design Agenda will present you places where you can go for eating, staying, shopping or simply visiting. Everything that binds these places is the interior design who is the center of all the decoration.
Where to stay
Les jardins de la Villa
There, you can contemplate a secret garden space with the elegant and chic Parisian style. Behind a discreet façade, this charming contemporary 4* hotel displays a refined and luxurious interior. The décor, responsibility of interior designers Marc Hertrichand and Nicolas Adnet, is done with playful and witty references to the world of Couture.
You can also find a giant court in the reception and a panoramic scene of Parision life made exclusively for the hotel by fashion illustrator Hippolyte Romain. Furniture’s pieces are used to unify art and couture. On one side you have an original gouache painting entitled “ Red Roses” by Raoul Dufy and on other side, on the opposite wall, the picture of “Lacroix” from Erwin Olaf’s New York Times.
Where to eat
Transformed from an impressive old market into a contemporary space, this restaurant serves you an amazing pan-asian food. The centerpiece is a giant crystal chandelier. On walls, you find animal heads. All restaurants are designed by Philippe Starcke and have theyr own unique style. On this one in Paris, smoker’s area is decorated with Stacke’s famous golden rifle lampstand.
Where to visit
Le musée des Arts Décoratifs
Near to the Louvre, the is a treasure for the interiors lovers. Exposing French interior design and objets d’art, the museum offer a space with thematic presentations focusing the technical and stylistic aspects design. With eye-catching displays covering a huge breadth of different periods, and organised tours and lectures for foreigners. At end of the visit, dont forget to visit theyr shop and get the opportunity to purchase fashion, homeware and crockery.
Where to Shop
You can find many of their stores across the French territory and be delighted with theyr collection in partenairship with Jean-Paul Gaultier. Interiors specialists Roche Bobois really are ahead of the game. Sasha Lacic, Christophe Delcourt and Vladimir Kagan are just a few of the names they count among their designers.