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Réception de l'hôtel Le Grand Mazarin @VincentLeroux

Design

Inspired and elegant, a decor signed by Martin Brudnizki

Inspired and elegant, the decor is by Swedish interior designer Martin Brudnizki, with his London-based Design Studio MBDS. Le Grand Mazarin revisits refined French classicism with a modern twist. In the 61 rooms, including 11 suites, of this 5-star Parisian hotel, the decor plays with discrepancies to create a grandiose universe, both whimsical and delightfully warm. “I love the concept of an old-fashioned literary salon, and salonnières were one of the main sources of inspiration when we designed Le Grand Mazarin. We wanted the hotel to feel as if it had always been part of the Marais landscape, so we drew inspiration from the grand Maisons of the aristocratic era, where leading figures in literature, art and music would gather to indulge in the pleasure of fine conversation. Our concept for Le Grand Mazarin was to revive this atmosphere and adapt it to contemporary times, where guests feel at home and have the freedom to express themselves”. Martin Brudzinski

Lobby de l'hôtel Le Grand Mazarin @VincentLeroux
Photo architecte Martin Brudnizki

An architectural concept highlighted by the French craftsmanship of Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivant.

Brudnizki and Maisons Pariente have called upon the skills of some of France’s greatest craft houses, particularly those marked as Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (EPV), (Living Heritage Companies) the signature of excellence designated by the French state. These artisans still work with the same traditional handmade methods honed by previous generations: Le Grand Mazarin has collaborated with Maison Pierre Frey for fabrics, Maison Lucien Gau for bronzeworks, Henryrot & Cie for furniture, Art de Lys for tapestry canopies, Pinton 1867 for rugs and Ateliers Gohard for paintings.

Détails hôtel @mathildemion