This one is probably one of the most remarkable and famous projects that French Designer Jean Louis Deniot has created. When this hotel came into the media around the year 2017, it generated a unique buzz among many luxury enthusiasts. CovetED is going to show you why through this incredible tour inside this luxury establishment.
All photo credits belong to Jean Louis Deniot
One of the main highlights around this incredible project of Jean Louis Deniot had to to with the fact that he managed to provide the space with a noir-ish spin on Art Deco, French Moderne and mid-century style. He also added in a little inspiration from the figure of King Louis XVI, in a loving tribute to the eclectic yet refined French lifestyle.
There are many areas of this unique hotel that definitely stand out as a temple with a unique dedication to art and the joy of living. This starts with the reception revested in Carrara marble being a perfect reflection of the hallmark eclectic refinement Jean Louis Deniot.
From the reception, we can continue to detect shades of emerald green and blue spread throughout the space, along with many bespoke elements, mainly precious materials and custom-made furniture. You can also see that at the Brasserie Réjane and the Grand Salon: the two eating spaces of the hotel. These spaces are also enhanced by the colouring, the lighting, and the overall vintage decor.
When it comes to the suites, you can count on finding a very intimate atmosphere, with unique shades such as green, raspberry, beige, blue, yellow, and fawn. All elements that traditionally make up the charm of a traditional Paris apartment are there, especially in the private penthouse apartment, an area which is even complete with custom made furniture and a private balcony for some of the most breathtaking views.
There’s also a SPA area which consists of an area where the main “actors” making the scene are elements such as water, granite, flooring, warm wood panelling, and especially the flickering candles. Looking up you will see a mirror reflecting an endless swimming stroke across an abstract landscape. No doubt that Jean Louis Deniot gave a unique emphasis on the importance of living relaxation.
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