In line with its rst address on the rue Pavée, in 2001 Caravane opened a second outlet close to the Bastille that was as unique as the rst. Véronique and Jack-Eric Piedeleu who bought Ca- ravane in 2011 have brought it down new byways. This address is devoted to the bedroom, to night- time and to sleep.
Opened in 2006, across the road from Ca- ravane La Maison, the boutique Caravane Bastille La Table makes tableware its business. Recently renovated, the boutique offers a choice of inte- resting materials, recycled glass, traditionally made handpainted ceramics, hammered metal, Iraca weave and also unique works of table linen.
Serge Ferrari is a family business with sales in 80 countries and it has chosen the Bastille district for its Showroom En in order to be close to its clients who are mainly architects. In a 144 sqm space designed by the architects Frédérick du Chayla (Studio Totem) and Xavier Bélorgey the full range of materials and how they can be used is presented so that those who will be prescribing them can rst see them.
Dior Institut Spa at the Plaza Athénée, Shangri La Spa, The wine cellar at the Grande Épicerie du Bon Marché, boutiques for Anne Fontaine, hotels for Mama Shelter, the Méridien Étoile, the Martinez... Specialised in upscale hotels for over 25 years, Vicalvi has worked on some of the most prestigious projects in recent years and its Showroom En offers its engineering and sourcing services so as better to manage costs along with technical advice.
A unique place that houses 52 artists and craftsmen, the Viaduct stands out for its diversity of businesses, style and wide range of categories it covers : decoration, fashion, art restoration, music, and of course, restaurants. These businesses are inspired by the roots of its tenants, their travels, their experiences, their personal interests and a core set of common values in which materials are the heart of the creative process.
For nearly 60 years, Artemide has been emboying a vision for lightening which naturally con dently combines function and emotion. The Italian company founded in 1960 by Ernesto Gismondi and Sergio Mazza is a synonym for design, innovation and whaxat is known today as ‘Made in Italy’.
The Paris Bercy Ibis Style is the Accor hotel group’s brand for those who want to ‘consume better’. The ‘all-in’ offer includes breakfast and Internet access. Bright and dynamic, each Ibis Style has its own personality with simplicity and conviviality the watchwords.
The Antoine de Galbert foundation opens its doors to a raw decor by Jean-Yves Clément in keeping with the industrial area surrounding the port de l’Arsenal. A former factory, the Maison Rouge has transformed its 2,500 sqm into a temporary exhibition space. The café, specialist bookshop and conference room make it an address to watch out for 12 years.
Mario Poulet et Bahareh Azimi were inspired by Le Corbusier’s holiday cabin at Roquebrune Cap-Martin on the Côte d’Azur when they went to design a bookshop specialised in architecture, design, urbanism and landscaping, in the Parisian ‘village’ of the Marché d’Aligre.