Designed by Hamonic + Masson & Associates, Rue Camille Claudel offers clever sites for communal gathering and abundant access to the outdoors.
Of the cohort of Modern designers working in postwar Italy, few rivaled Gio Ponti—either in sheer prolificacy or in blending industrial…
The Paris art museum's first solo architecture exhibition, dubbed Freeing Architecture, is on view through June 18, 2018.
The new building, which houses the Lafayette Anticipations galleries, does whatever it's told and will bend over backwards to accommodate curatorial wills.
The Louise-Catherine, a Parisian barge transformed by the Modernist icon into a homeless shelter, sank due to unprecedented rainfall last month.
Nouvelle AOM beat out Studio Gang for the job to revitalize the Tour Montparnasse, the city's much-reviled skyscraper.
The new La Seine Musicale performance center, designed by Shigeru Ban, is meant to be a cultural beacon for Paris. But does the city need any more of those?
The renovation of the French national library’s Richelieu complex has brought a new dynamism to the library, while preserving and protecting the best of its historical features.
For its latest boutique hotel, Marriott tapped famed interior designer Didier Gomez, who designed the hotel as "a vision of another Paris."
A Paris hotel opens its doors to its neighborhood and the colorful creatives who work there.
The writer and critic reveals his nostalgia for an older Paris, mourns the city's disappearing café culture, and touches on the urban defects of neoliberalism.
Once a haunt for hedonists, Paris’s Les Bains gets the boutique hotel treatment.
Paris’s historic center for dissent, Place de la République, gets an expansion and an update.
The design of the Molitor hotel pays homage to its rich legacy, after being an Art Deco icon, then a graffiti destination.
Emerging design entrepreneurs refine the art of finding and nurturing new work.
Sometimes they’re more alike than you think, Paris and New York. You just have to be looking, and it helps if you live in both cities, constantly, as does Vahram Muratyan. Growing up in Paris, Muratyan always dreamed of living…