Within the Carré Rive Gauche Alexandre Piatti is the only one to defend the Haute Époque and medieval art, but also Italian art. Son of an antique dealer, he evolved in the world of art from his earliest childhood and he is a real enthusiast who likes to show amateurs and collectors all the modernity of the very old pieces he presents. Rare objects, sometimes of museum quality, and whose original use or history is often unknown, but Alexandre Piatti likes to reveal all their secrets.
Nestled in the heart of the Carré Rive Gauche, a warm and refined four-star hotel. Fifteen rooms devoted to the great figures of the left bank, intellectuals or artists, carefully chosen because they have made or still make the neighborhood their adopted land: Marguerite Duras or Patrick Modiano, Ernest Hemingway or Henry Miller, Serge Gainsbourg and Miles Davis, Alberto Moravia, André Gide …. An aesthete’s selection.
All these characters do not invade the space but rather act as guides in the decor: by small touches, we discover them through a photo, an object, a few books or a film and we fall in love.
But earthly foods, so dear to our neighborhood, are not left out either, with room service open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. which offers a selection of dishes from the best Parisian grocery stores or small producers in our provinces. On the menu: smoked salmon, foie gras, Iberian ham, risotto and even caviar for the most festive!
And then the Lille street hotel is also a team, led by a passionate director, who knows each of his guests, his tastes, his desires, and does not hesitate to guide them in a city he knows like his poached.
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A researcher of emblematic pieces but also a scout of young talents, Carole Decombe presents both Scandinavian design from the 40s to the 70s, Hans-Agne Jakobsson, Kerstin Hörlin Holmquist or Grete Jalk, as well as contemporary designers such as Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert, Isabelle Sicart, Mydriaz, Mauro Mauri or Nicolas and Sébastien Reese.
Ceramics, lighting, furniture, each exhibition is a surprise since it passes from one era to another, exercising our eye on the history of design as well as contemporary creation.