In praise of the French art de vivre, a cult destination for the Parisian and international culture scene, after nearly a century of history Hotel Lutetia, opened in 1910 on the Rive Gauche in Paris, has been completely restructured thanks to a project by the architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, with the aim of exploiting every trace of the original building, without altering its charm and historical value.
The Art Deco and Art Nouveau spaces blend with elements of contemporary taste, refined down to the smallest details.
The project increases the size of the spaces to bring greater comfort and wellbeing for guests, permitting the creation of a patio and a spa area that both benefit from natural light.
All the rooms feature custom furnishing solutions that combine stylistic and technological innovations with the historical features of the building. The oak paneling, in blue and gray finishes, stands out for its finely crafted three-dimensional woven effect.
The bathrooms rely on the elegant gray veins of Carrara marble, contrasted by the material presence of stainless steel in the faucets by Cea.
With its classic look, Lutezia is the collection designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte with an eye on the Hotel Lutetia, a reinterpretation in technological terms of the traditional hydraulic valve.