Hotel Saint Marc


Design Boom says: the interior design and restoration of hotel saint-marc took two years. the milan-based studio injects old-age glamor, luxurious materials and reintroduces light into the parisian building. as well as preserving the heritage of the historical site, a relationship between past and present co-exists through the use of artful objects combined with recovered and bespoke pieces read more
Wallpaper* says: A glass-topped, trellis-lined courtyard has been carved out of a central room, flooding with light the public spaces dressed with black and white marble, luminous Dedar velvet, Jim Thomson silks, and a mood board of blues, blush and dusky reds. read more
Jetsetter says: The basement swimming pool can be booked in advance and, while the green-painted, windowless room has a slightly ’70s sci-fi ambience, a steam and a swim is the ideal way to end a day of sightseeing. read more
Conde Nast Traveller says: This four-star punches above its weight with a discerning design and host of unexpected amenities. Over the course of two years, Italian firm Ditmore Studios transformed this 18th-century, five-story mansion with eye-catching touches like geometric-patterned curtains, Art Deco-inspired furnishings, quirky sculptures, and a popping palette of mustards, purples, and pumpkins. read more
Vogue says: With Dimore Studio in charge of design, this new Paris address has a warm feel and strong Art Deco influences. With a mahogany and velvet interior, orange-toned Seventies fabrics and Asian-inspired screens, it is typical of the Milanese duo’s signature style, mixing modern and vintage for a harmonious aesthetic that is warm and welcoming. read more




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