Sitting in the 9th Arrondissement, the newly opened Hotel Panache stylishly revives touches of Art Nouveau in a simplistic and minimal manner.
The interior considerately adapts to the tastes of today but also offers a glimpse into the decorative Art Nouveau movement celebrated up until 1910, whose philosophy was ‘making art a way of life’, not just an aesthetic.
The interiors have been designed by Dorothée Meilichzon, taking inspiration from New York’s Flatiron Building. Details such as the glass ball lamps that illuminate the space, brass fittings, decorative curved lines, marble surfaces and the use of abstract mirrors, could all be seen in the grand Parisian cafes designed throughout the Art Nouveau period.
Images by Hotel Panache.