Hotel Interior Design
From a family of architects passionate about design and contemporary creations, Jean-Philippe Nuel graduated as an architect from the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and quickly made a name for himself by winning several competitions, including an international competition presided over by Kenzo Tange. He had designed a hotel in Paris, before turning 30. Following this first hotel project, he had subsequently developed projects for boutique hotels followed in Paris, and other parts of France.
In today’s hotel business, Jean-Philippe Nuel is a name associated with luxury interior design.
The Jean-Philippe Nuel practice, a team of some 30 professionals, also applies its expertise to projects for private houses, concept stores, company headquarters, and even cruise ships.
Alongside its interior design projects, the practice also works on architectural projects and collaborates with large design companies on the development of design products.
The restaurant plays with luminosity and reflections, in keeping with the general theme of the hotel. The sky bar is the hotel’s major attraction. The design concept is based on the specific workaround reflection and flickering. The black and white interiors are arranged in a lounge area along the façade and the bar is a background of perspective that multiplies the space by reflection.
Designed as a natural extension of the outdoor patio, the lounge bar develops a light-filled loft atmosphere. The arrangements: bar, wine cellar, and fireplace are posed as objects randomly reinforcing the idea of a creative place in mutation.
Jean-Philippe Nuel has again been appointed to design a new interior for this hotel situated near Paris’ Place de la République. In the spirit of a large, shared apartment, Le Général hotel focuses on the expectations of a new generation of clientele who appreciate shared spaces and opportunities for meeting.
The restaurant of the Molitor Pool, marked by its ceiling of the thirties reconstituted identical is thought of as a space in reconversion, an ephemeral space where enlarged street art photographic works become contemporary paintings interacting with historical stained glass windows. The furniture is multiple and is organized informally to mark the nomadic spirit of the place.
A temporary structure, the project settles into its surroundings fully respecting coastal development laws. The aim of the project was to design a resolutely contemporary space that referenced maritime and nautical themes, as well as evoking the history and importance of the site.
Located in the former sitting room of the Law Court, the restaurant has been designed to desecrate the place while retaining its attributes: the historical woodwork has been preserved but painted white, the ceiling, preserved in its original state, becomes a weightless picture in space. The wine or grappa cellar closed the prospect on a stage at the very location where the judges sat.
L’architecture intérieure de la nouvelle piscine Molitor est pensée comme un voyage à travers le temps qui dialogue entre son caractère Art Déco initial et les autres étapes qui ont marqué le lieu et en particulier le Street Art.
Housed in the former Palace of Justice in Nantes, the hotel project has managed to preserve parts of the iconic spaces of the building to create an interior architecture in the dialogue between classicism and modernity.
Located in rue de la pépinière in Paris, our studio has designed the interiors of this new hotel. In osmosis with the surroundings, where restaurants and bars are open areas to the street and the district. This hidden garden offers the taste of Paris. It is a place dedicated to Parisian tribes as well as travelers from around the world.
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