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A Design Lover’s Travel Guide to Paris

A Design Lover’s Travel Guide to Paris

The city of lights is known for being an endless source of inspiration, especially for design and that’s why Paris hosts one of the most important European trade shows in the world of design, home decor, art, and lifestyle – the Maison Et Objet.

The meeting is scheduled: from March 24th to March 28th, pack your bags and travel with us to Maison et Objet, in Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Center. And because we want you to have a unique experience, here are our tips not only to visit but to eat and sleep during your stay.

WHERE TO EAT

The Boutary

Chef Maxime Lesobre’s sublime sense of detail and refinement is endless. With seasonal products, Maxime offers a surprise tasting menu to share. You can count not only with an exceptional and modern gastronomic experience; but also a modern design look for you to feel inspired.

From the wall with lighting fixtures and gold details to the wooden floor, at The Boutary you will have the chance to find modern elements and an authentic lighting playground by the award-winning interior designer Anne Grimaldi known for her balance between aesthetic and function.

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WHERE TO EAT Guy Savoy

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Guy Savoy

Truly a genuine experience! This restaurant brings brilliant tasting ideas to life through discovery and exchange between countries and continents. 

The Guy Savoy has the pleasure to showcase some pieces of art from very talented artists providing an adventure for taste but also for the eyes. You will have the chance to find a magnificent neoclassical approach by the Parisian architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, with high ceilings and charming views.

Find all about Guy Savoy’s strong flavor through preservation of the natural tastes and textures of produce.

Monsieur Bleu

The next supremely stylish restaurant we brought you is Monsieur Bleu. This elegant restaurant has the pleasure to combine taste with the essence of seasonal products attached to french cuisine. 

A wise harmony between cuisine and design is what you’ll find at this good-looking restaurant.

Plenty of green marble and brass wall lighting is found to bring life to this place, providing it an eye-cathing glamour thanks to the inspiring creativity of the architect Joseph Dirant

Image Credits: Monsieur Bleu

WHAT TO DO

WHAT TO DO Galerie-Musée Baccarat

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Galerie-Musée Baccarat

Who doesn’t love time travel? This museum is about that. Being the synonym of French chic, the Baccarat crystals have always been part of french traditions – a reflection of Baccarat’s past. 

In a dialogue between heritage and modernity, you can find truly timeless pieces that will blow your mind. It promises to inspire you endlessly. 

Centre Pompidou

This is a mandatory stop! Designed by Renzo Piano, Gianfranco Franchini, Richard Rogers, and Su Rogers, the Centre Pompidou hosts the National Museum of Modern Art, a Public Library, and a Music Center dedicated to research and creation of contemporary music

Haven’t we convinced you yet?

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Image Credits: Garden of Rodin Museum

Garden of the Musée Rodin

An alliance between nature and sculpture has been made in the garden of Musée Rodin through a modern garden ready for you to enjoy a moment of relaxation and contemplation on the benches. 

Surrounding the Biron Hotel, three hectares of sculptures invite you to visit this bright yellow followed by a deep blue ceanothus garden. You will be enchanted.

WHERE TO STAY

Hotel Panache

If you want to be part of this magnificent french culture, then you should stay in Panache Hotel. Located near the Grands Boulevards and Galeries Lafayette, this elegant hotel provides the expected romantic ambiance that is typical of Paris. 

Strong insights of the interior designer Dorothee Meilichzon highlighted this hospitality interior design project to its maximum potential. You will find art nouveau-inspired elements composed of darkened walnut wood, white marble and brass and the rest you will have to discover. 

Image Credits: Hotel Panache

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Nolinski Paris

Nolinski Paris is for the ones who are looking for a place that vibrates art and French life. Offering conviviality with passion, this hotel hosts epicurean experiences and unusual daydreams between history and Haussmannian elegance. 

Designed by the French interior designer Jean-Louis Denoit, Nolinski is perfect for design lovers where the eclectic style mixed with mid-century vibes are represented as the main characteristics. Featuring exquisite materials and personalized elegance, this emblematic hotel is located near the Louvre Museum and Palais Royal

Le Royal Monceau Raffles

The final trendy spot you can’t miss is Le Royal Monceau Raffles Hotel. It encompasses an inspiring world of luxury living through a contemporary take.

Designed by Philippe Starck, this masterpiece is located on one of the roads radiating from the Arc de Triomphe on Place de l’Etoile.

Image Credits: Le Royal Monceau Raffles

During your visit to Paris, head to Maison et Objet and let us share with you some of our new designs in Hall 6 and Stand I82. We’re talking about emotion, sharing knowledge, inspirations, sharing talent. And we are so excited to meet you. Book a meeting!

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