Resort Les Deux Gares opened this September in Paris’ tenth arrondissement between the Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est. The joyful rooms function daring colours and kooky designs from a mash-up of various eras and countless creative references.
Hotelier Adrien Gloaguen, founding father of hospitality group Touriste, discovered his subsequent undertaking when he stumbled throughout an deserted railway station resort with fabulous bones in a slim alley. As Gloaguen surveyed the area, nonetheless embellished with floral wallpaper from the previous, he was instantly transported to French New Wave movies from the ’60s and post-wave ’70s —and he knew simply the inside designer to name, Luke Edward Corridor.
Identified for his eclectic designs and interiors, Luke Edward Corridor, dove head first into the undertaking. The resort has an “anti-modern” inside strategy the place something goes. The visitors journey begins with emerald inexperienced reception partitions, black and white chevron marble flooring, gilt furnishings and Warhol, Hockey, and Cocteau exhibition posters. The inside design tells a narrative all through the resort of an eccentric Parisian whose artwork and furnishings assortment displays varied travels to completely different eras.
The bogs are tiled in Artwork Deco inexperienced and yellow, the stylish bedrooms embody relaxed class with mismatched geometric prints and plush upholstery. The pièce de resistance, nonetheless, is within the basement. A health room like no different with trendy wooden train machines, Svenskt Tenn wallpaper (internet), and a shiny purple and white checkerboard ground.
Pictures by Benoît Linero.
If Paris is for dreamers, the Resort Les Deux Gares is an effective place to start out.