Located in the heart of the Quartier Latin, one of the oldest neighborhoods of Paris, the majestic Hotel André Latin reopens its doors after a few months of restoration, with a more midcentury modern style!
Inspired by the belle époque, Fabien and Guillaume Sodano decided to honor his grandfather and founder of that space – André Sodano – and reinvented the hotel based on the extracted codes that iconic era. The new design conceives to André Latin a modern touch and a warm environment, full of elegance and authenticity. The warm atmosphere that is immediately felt in the cocktail bar is mainly due to a combination of luxurious sofas in tweed, bistro marble tables, mirrors, Art Deco furniture and works of art of the 50’s, reflecting perfectly the spirit of Quartier Latin.
Projected by interior designer Michael Malapert, the refurbishment of the hotel has been designed in detail, floor by floor, and aimed to create a dynamic dialogue between two worlds: the memory of his grandfather Andrew and the modern touch of today.
Without wanting to lose the characteristic charm of the place, some original walls were protected to defend the heritage of the building. The furniture, designed from 50’s legendary models, only uses noble materials such as marble, bronze, solid wood and chamfered mirrors.
The black and white ceramic that characterizes the pavement accompanies the lighting provided by the brands Gubi and DelightFULL, which are aimed at the bistro tables and the seats covered with Kvadrat. From DelightFULL lighting brand, the Hotel André Latin features pieces from the Heritage Collection: the Brubeck Wall Lamp (bar) and the Galliano Wall Lamp (rooms).
Photos by: Sébastien Véronèse
Source: Roof Magazine, Hotel André Latin
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