Le Cinq Codet

Rooms 67   Interior Design Jean-Philippe Nuel

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Rooms
67
Interior
Design Jean-Philippe Nuel

Architecture

A towering homage to modernity, Le Cinq Codet’s 1930s building deploys its personality in the neighborhood like a vessel, with soft curves and large double-height windows shaping its façade. Pale oak wood connects extraordinary volumes: mezzanines, loggias, whirlpool baths, sunken baths, curving banquettes, portholes, sliding doors, and picture windows. The hotel is bathed in light with spectacular private terraces on the top floor inviting guests to commune with the dome of Les Invalides and the Eiffel Tower.

Materials throughout the hotel, meanwhile, stand out due to their contradictory pairings, such as oak and glass or leather and steel. The result is a world tinged with masculine chic and rationalist charm.

Interior Design

Jean-Philippe Nuel

Exclusively for Le Cinq Codet, Agence Nuel has designed signature furniture in collaboration with design icons Elisabeth Garouste, Tom Dixon, and Patricia Urquiola.

Interior Design
Jean-Philippe Nuel

Exclusively for Le Cinq Codet, Agence Nuel has designed signature furniture in collaboration with design icons Elisabeth Garouste, Tom Dixon, and Patricia Urquiola.

Materials throughout the hotel, meanwhile, stand out due to their contradictory pairings, such as oak and glass or leather and steel. The result is a world tinged with masculine chic and rationalist charm.

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