Le Pigalle

Rooms 40   Architecture FESTEN ARCHITECTURE   Interior Design FESTEN ARCHITECTURE
The Original Valéry Grégo

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40
Architecture
FESTEN ARCHITECTURE
Interior
Design FESTEN ARCHITECTURE
The Original Valéry Grégo

The building’s location on Rue Frochot in the heart of “Nouvelle Athènes” (new Athens) means that it rubs shoulders with both the neo-classical flourishes of its neighbors and with the colorful facades of Place Pigalle. Using simple volumes and materials, such as marble, granite, and plaster of Paris in the lobby and rooms, has allowed the architects more room for playful combinations of design. 

Architecture

Festen Architecture

Architects Charlotte de Tonnac and Hugo Sauzay have used the history of Pigalle as blueprint for their redesign of this former hotel: “A project’s starting point is always the context, the history of a place...We love it when periods confront one another and we like mixing up genres, allowing the space to breathe and letting the light shine in,” they say. 

Architecture
Festen Architecture

Architects Charlotte de Tonnac and Hugo Sauzay have used the history of Pigalle as blueprint for their redesign of this former hotel: “A project’s starting point is always the context, the history of a place...We love it when periods confront one another and we like mixing up genres, allowing the space to breathe and letting the light shine in,” they say. 

The building’s location on Rue Frochot in the heart of “Nouvelle Athènes” (new Athens) means that it rubs shoulders with both the neo-classical flourishes of its neighbors and with the colorful facades of Place Pigalle. Using simple volumes and materials, such as marble, granite, and plaster of Paris in the lobby and rooms, has allowed the architects more room for playful combinations of design. 

Interior Design

Hyperlocally yours

The hotel’s ground floor is the vibrant heart of Le Pigalle and opens up to the neighborhood. A glorious mix of vintage and contemporary design embodies Le Pigalle’s spirit, which is divided into a café, bar, restaurant, a vinyl library, and a newspaper/book kiosk, all run by colorful local characters. 

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