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Jean-Philippe Nuel is an architect that in today’s hotel business is a name associated with luxury interior design. As a result, prominent hotel chains have commissioned him to design the interiors of their properties in France and around the world.
Jean-Philippe Nuel, graduated from the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris and quickly made a name for himself by winning several competitions, including an international competition presided over by Kenzo Tange. He comes from a family of architects who are passionate about design and contemporary creations.
Visiting a location built by the Studio is like visiting a site that is in perfect harmony with its surroundings. Every aspect appears to have been picked as a ‘concentric circle’ approach to the city, area, and country in which it is located, as well as in reference to the customer’s DNA. Jean-Philippe Nuel’s work is distinguished by its singularity.
The interior decoration is inspired by the city’s mineral character, the façade of the building composed of Cassis’ stones, and its opening onto the Mediterranean Sea.
The restaurant proposes a contemporary reinterpretation of the brewery codes: bench, mirror and glass, without excluding the specific history of the place that is expressed through a restored stone wall.
Defying international hospitality conventions, this project transforms into a large private residence where you can learn about the Parisian lifestyle through art, French gastronomy and wine, Haute Couture, and Perfume. Adding a touch of class and glitz to the setting.
The interior design of the Imperial Treasure restaurant was conceived in the continuity of the design concept of hotel residence La Clef Champs-Elysées that houses the project. The timeless elegance and assumed modernity of the decoration also evokes the Chinese tradition through a subtle choice of artworks and accessories.
The juxtaposition of these two phrases shows the positioning of the decorative concept, which finds its justification in the building’s essential essence and beyond in the Hôtel-Dieu.
Its decorative arrangement takes into account the new functionality of the place while respecting its historical roots and allowing a walk around for visitors.
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