|La Gaite Lyrique de Paris by Archt. Manuelle Gautrand.|
Built in the 1860's, it was recently reopened as a venue for digital culture after being closed for 20 years.
|the lit cubes & UFO-looking light fixtures revitalized the museum|
|modern & simple (but sturdy-looking) seating proves easy on the eyes|
against the heavily vaulted & frescoed ceiling
|L'Opera Garnier Restaurant|
|from The Cool Hunter. Neon lights weave in & out of an old bldg|
Jean-Charles de Castelbajac (Bazaar de l"hotel de Ville)
|The clean-cut bookshelves, Le Corb chair, & that oversized metal uplight look, well,|
perfectly imperfect for this classic white room!
|hotel room design by Martin Margiela: cottage meets classic meets Hollywood|
|interior by Richard Guilette. Check out the rad carpet! I dunno how but it still complemented the Sherlock Holmes-y room. Gives a fresh twist to an otherwise stuffy surrounding, dontchathink?|
|I can't help but squeeze in this image, a Prada campaign from years ago.|
Tie-dyed, ethnic-inspired prints on classic lady-like silhouettes? YES please!
Have an inspired, rad-trad weekend everyone! :-)