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How can you trans­form a ty­pi­cal 70s of­fice block in­to a ho­tel that is both mo­dern and co­sy? “By playing around with the codes of that per­iod, which were ve­ry crea­tive in the fields of fashion and de­si­gn”, re­ply Jean-Phi­lippe Nuel and Na­ta­sha Stoj­ko­vic, the in­te­rior de­si­gners at the head of the pro­ject. Ope­ned last spring, on rue Ga­li­lée, in the heart of the Tri­angle d’or, bet­ween Ave­nue Mar­ceau and the Champs-Ely­sées, the Ho­tel Ekta of­fers a high­ly gra­phic uni­verse in its 25 rooms and suites, with their soft, cur­ved white fur­ni­ture. The bed­heads, si­gned by Nuel, are stit­ched to create a saddle ef­fect, on the gray and black car­pet sits a yel­low Cut chair from LaPal­ma, and the Pe­tit Car­go light­shades light up the space. In the lob­by and the lounge area, Na­ta­sha Stoj­ko­vic has put her stamp on the geo­me­tric pat­ter­ned car­pet, on the cau­seuse- style wall seats... all of which is com­ple­ted by Pump­kin so­fas from Pierre Pau­lin and Boss De­si­gn chairs. A special mark is gi­ven for the fashion shots by Ben­ja­min Deroche which hang on the walls. —

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