A Taste Of Paris, Stuffed With Textures And Patterns
From Fast Company January 28, 2013 - 4:45pm
Dorothée Meilichzon embraced a mix-and-match spirit for the city’s centrally located Hôtel Paradis. Let’s assume that if you’re looking for lodging for a weekend getaway in Paris, life is going pretty darn well. Though there’s undoubtedly endless options for places to lay your head at night, Hôtel Paradis looks like a sure bet for travelers seeking a cozy mix of modern and traditional in the dense, bustling heart of the city. French designer Dorothée Meilichzon was given carte blanche when conceiving the interiors in what was her first hotel project--the owner had been so impressed with her portfolio that he trusted her instincts implicitly. Over the next 15 months, she set about creating an urban getaway where each space offers a unique aesthetic experience, complete with a wealth of custom elements developed specifically for the s...
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