Behind the monumental gate ornate iron and glass facade and mid Empire, part Art Deco, the new style "Made in France" by architect Peter Jovanovich permeates this mansion converted into a hotel in a quiet area. Spacious in rows and marble black and white graphics for dramatic public areas. Chiseled cocoons noble materials and shades of beige rooms and suites. A set punctuated with unique design works in a very elaborate and neo-classical light lines. So Peter Jovanovich.
12, rue de Marignan
75008 Paris, France
Ambitions for this heavenly inspired hotel just opened in the heart of the 15th arrondissement. A throw of Porte de Versailles any business, the intimate setting weaves colored or green thanks to the magic of decoration. Curtains, wallpaper, lighting and other expressive materials combine themes of Apple, Bark, Sun Flower Feather Palm or at the discretion of the rooms. Icing on the cake: the patio and funny hanging chairs.
10, rue Blomet
75015 Paris, France
Two years after Maison Martin Margiela, the fashion designer Maxime Samoens revisits turn on the legendary Les Sources de Caudalie. Designed as the perfect replica of one of the two huts on stilts in the Arcachon basin, the area has now taken on an ultra modern decor, in an acoustic space fully lined. Dominated by black and white, highlighted by custom furniture and exclusive prints, with vines and lakes, the place is adorned with stripes. Many nods to the autumn-winter collection 2013 - 2014 the new darling of fashionistas.
Chemin de Smith-Haut-Lafitte
33650 Bordeaux-Martillac, France
First luxury hotel in Menorca, this small Balearic island and is in a traditional vineyard of 70 hectares dating from the nineteenth century, alongside the remains of Menorcan ruins, the hotel offers 25 rooms and two cottages with natural materials such as wood or limestone in a refined atmosphere. There are coastal trails, unspoilt beaches and other treasures of the Mediterranean.
Carretera Maó a Cala en Porter
7730 Alaior, Minorca,Spain
Second address in South Korea for the international chain. In the country's second city and facing the Haeundae Beach, the hotel is designed by architect Daniel Libeskind. Rounded shapes are a nod to the waves just beside, but also the camellia flower symbol of Busan. The interior design bears the imprint of Japanese designer Super Potato, a fan of fine woods and stones.
51, Marine City 1-ro, Haeundae-gu
612-824 Busan, South Corea