If you’ve been to the city of lights in the last ten years chances are you’ve either stayed or at least ‘pranced’ in a hotel designed by architect Vincent Bastie. With his work Bastie, who seems to be more of a storyteller rather than a designer he says of his own work:
“Every project is a challenge. Each must be the expression of a place, its history. “
In some these projects, Bastie as acted as interior designer alike, but he has also collaborated with fresh interior design talent to bring out these historical elements that are unavoidable in Paris ( Christian Lacroix (Hotel Petit Moulin Rouge)-pictured above, Marie-Paule Clout (Le Five), Sybille de Margerie (Le Petit Paris) and Sandrine Alouf (L’Apostrophe, One by the Five…)
The stories that he has been able to execute are rich with textures, lines, and color. The list of his hotelier work is vast and includes Le Petit Moulin, Le Murano, Le Five, L’Hôtel le A, L’hôtel des Académies et des Arts, L’Apostrophe, Le Mathurin, le Seven, le Burgundy and La Belle Juliette…
Enjoy some these brief views from some of his great work until your next trip to Paris.