Located a stone’s throw away from Paris’ cultural center and luxury retail hotspots, the Hotel du Ministère offers a new experience with their apartment, La Tête dans les Etoiles, by interior designer François Champsaur
The apartment is made up of 2 en suite bedrooms, a living room with a fireplace, laundry room and a full kitchen-dining area. Guests have access to the hotel’s amenities that include wifi, room service and gym. Not only does the hotel offer a transfer service to and from all Paris airports in a hybrid limousine, it also provides bicycles for its guests to explore the City of Light as they like.
An apt name for the 100 sq. metre apartment, the large glass windows of La Tête dans Les Etoiles give way to a sublime view of the skyline from both the kitchen and the living room.
Text courtesy: the architect & Photographs courtesy: Francis Amiand
|project name:||Hotel du Ministere’s apartment La Tete dans Les Etoiles|
|client:||Hotel du Ministere|
|design team:||Architect Francois Champsaur|
|area:||100 sq. m|
|About the Architect|
François Champsaur is a French interior designer. Born in Marseille, François Champsaur’s work is influenced by his Mediterranean roots. He decided very early on to study at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts before joining the Ecole nationale des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD) and in 1996, starting up his own interior design company.
From his earliest projects, François has displayed his ability to transform any space, considering each and every aspect from an architectural angle to the last detail. He intelligently reworks space, playing with light and volume, and completes the set with both elegant and contemporary furniture and fabrics. One of François’s approaches goes through two parallel activities : interior design and structural design. With both vision and discretion, François Champsaur steps back, allowing the space to become a living creation.