It takes its as its theme the 1920’s and the Pierre Chareau’s Maison de Verre. The 44sqm boutique uses metal shelving from floor to ceiling, a central counter and a trestle table, a long metal sink lacquered pink and some lovely pieces of vintage furniture including an armchair by Pierre Paulin and Gae Aulenti’s Quadrifoglio lamp.
The Opera Garnier quietly called on architect Odile Decq to deck its protean mezzanine with tables and create a restaurant. Nestled among the pillars of the eastern flank, the restaurant came into existence like an image that flickers and waves before coming into focus.
“Embody the spirit of a Parisian neighborhood that is both historic and alive, and conceive of a place in which to tell the story of Pigalle along the lines of a community collective”: such was the challenge that Charlotte de Tonnac and Hugo Sauzay of Festen agency met with panache.
Life is made up of unavoidable tasks. Périgot try to render them more pleasant. The company proposes functional products, sold in its shops or on its website nice to visit, divided into five distinct areas : “Juste propre” for cleaning; “Bio Techno” for cooking; “Thermal” for the bathroom; “Ultra Light” for storing clothes and accessories; and “Mobile Home” for trouble-free travelling. One hundred per cent useful, here, all is beautiful, and a little futile.
Founded in 1865, located in the heart of Paris, Printemps Haussmann is both a historic monument and a model of modernity. An icon of fashion for the last 150 years, its 45 000sqm spread over three buildings plays host to 22 million visitors a year.
For more than 35 years, Sopha offers a world view of design in its 300 sqm Showroom En, from classics from Gio Ponti, Andrée Putman and Philippe Starck to recent creations by JeanMichel Wilmotte, Matteo Thun, Jan Puylaert, Arik Levy and the Korean designer Seung-Yong Song.