Being born and raised in Paris has given Muriel, our co-founder, an early appreciation and passion for architecture, the arts and all rituals surrounding food. Having just returned to the source of her inspiration, Muriel shares her favourite finds.
- The Hoxton
- This boutique hotel is a grand 18th century hôtel particulier located near the Louvre Museum and Jardin du Luxembourg. It features original spiral staircases, a striking galleried lobby and courtyard terrace, plentiful Parisian flair, and a curated hotchpotch of décor from the Soho House creatives. The atmosphere is relaxed and stylish, with lively bars and a restaurant, encouraging you to stay longer.
- Located in the trendy Rue De Charonne, this unpretentious restaurant quickly made it to the world’s top 50 restaurants. Delight yourself in a daily-changing menu of inventive, fresh French cuisine prepared with seasonal and local ingredients from the finest producers from around the world.
- Cedric Grolet
- Cedric Grolet is a master in reinterpreting traditional French desserts. His specialty is in creating pastries that have a likeness to the fruits from which they are made of. If you want to satisfy your sweet tooth while reveling in wonder, you can find his pâtisserie within the luxurious Le Meurice.
- In a former furniture workshop with weathered walls on Rue Saint-Nicolas, Ailleurs boutique houses a balance of curated vintage finds, product design from large retailers and small batches of artisanal home decor. Stop by and delve into a treasure trove of bohemian chic decor and furniture.
- A newly opened multi-story complex comprising a tea shop and tea salon, a full-service restaurant, a pastry shop, a bar, an art gallery, and a crafts and houseware store, Ogata Paris is the vision of Tokyo-based hyphenate Shinichiro Ogata. Immerse yourself in an atmosphere that exudes beauty and balance.
- Bourse de Commerce
- Originally built in the 18th century for grain storage, what was once known as the Commodities Exchange during the late 20th century, Bourse de Commerce has been spatially transformed by Tadao Ando to house part of Francois Pineault’s expansive art collection. Here you can experience an exceptional ensemble of over 10,000 works by almost 400 artists, in a variety of media, displayed against a stunning architectural backdrop of the circular neoclassical building with its new inset concrete cylinder, under a glass copper dome.
- Atelier Brancusi
- Known as the “ patriarch of modern sculpture”, Constantin Brancusi willed his studio — where he worked and lived — to the French government under the condition it be preserved as it was during his life. Reconstructed by architect Renzo Piano, Atelier Brancusi allows for an intimate look into his workshop, tools and living quarters. Don’t miss out on experiencing the beauty of Brancusi’s oeuvre up close and personal — a great source of inspiration in our work and life.
- Le Roch Bar
- End the night with high spirits in this stylish and exquisite bar within Le Roch Hotel. Stay for the drinks and food but linger to appreciate the elegant decor — dark jewel-tone velvet fabrics complement marble tabletops, striking gold light fixtures and dramatic printed textiles — designed by Parisian architect and interior designer Sarah Lavoine.