Located on the first floor, the Old Continent rooms convey an atmosphere of softness and contrast, in the spirit of the 18th century.
This setting pays a tribute to the Arctic and the Antarctic. It is a combination of metal, ivory-colored wool, and white ceramics, that creates a pure, bright, visual sensation.
Bathed in an atmosphere reminiscent of Louisiana, exotic patterns are intertwined with mangoes, pineapples and melons, in the spirit of the 1940s.
This colorful setting associates all the Eastern influences from this part of the world thanks to red and yellow hues, as well as lacquer and wood.
This is probably the most eclectic floor! Wallpapers with patterns, traditional embroideries, and precious fabrics: this harmonious decor is composed of a variety of palettes.
The two rooms on the top 6th floor celebrate 1960s American design with their geometrical patterns.