Inspiring Places in Paris
Paris, the city of lights by some, the city of love by others, is a beautiful city to visit and enjoy.
As one of the most iconic European capitals, Paris is one of the top cities to visit.
We present you an amount of secret yet super inspirational spots, that still remain a mystery for most but that will make you feel good about visiting them.
The Colonnes de Buren or Les Deux Plateaux is an art installation by Daniel Buren, in the Palais Royal in Paris. The design itself consists of striped white and black columns emerging from the floor and it was supposed to inspire a reflexion on perception and projection of space.
The Musée d’Órsay has more than one oversized and artistic clock but is the one in the tower that stuns everyone with its views. Located on the fifth floor of the museum, the Musée d’ Orsay Clock enchants all, both by the large dimension of it but also by its functionality as translucent window, which allows panoramic views.
The giant Clock provides a great view to the Seine river and many of Paris points of interest, such as the Louvre and The Tuileries Garden.
One who loves fashion can certainly appreciate Louis Vuitton.
Although inspired on the fashion brand, the Foundation Louis Vuitton was created by Bernard Arnault in 2006 by the group LVMH et ses Maison, as a place that would be the representant for all the art and culture developed by the group in its 20 years.
The Dodo Manège is considered to be an unusual carousel. The carousel is considered a great representation of the Jardin des Plants, where it’s placed. It consists of a carousel where the rides are extinct and endangered animals, animals which are listed beside the carousel.
A beautiful colourful street in the city of Paris, Rue Crémiex is all about how to enjoy the simplest things. A full street where the house’s façades are all painted in soft pastel colors, some even are have inspiring drawing on them.
The Wall of Love or as its called Le Mur des Je T‘aime is a 40 square metres wall, located in the Jehan Rectus garden square in Montamare, Paris. The wall consists of hundreds of tiles of enamelled lava, which have been I Love You written 311 times in 250 languages, some of
them known, others rare.
A private institute of higher education, École Camondo is backed by the Musée d’Arts Decoratifs. As a school, it has trained desigers on spetial and object design. And, actually, some of the Top Interior Designers in the world, such as Philippe Starck and Robert Couturier, were students there
The Pigalle Basketball Court is a funky artistic space and considered to be an urban art intervention, located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. The intervention was result of partnership between sports brand Nike, fashion label brand Pigalle and IllStudio, a creative studio. A place of colorful explosion and funky mood, loacetd between two buildings and on a block with houses in neutral shades, so it’s stands out from any angle.
Parc de Sceaux is a beautiful estate which includes a small yet classic château and numerous carefully designed and cared gardens. Also, known for its cherry trees blossoming, where people have gotten a taste for relaxing and doing pic-nics underneath.
A gorgeous parc of 460 hectares, Parc Saint Cloud is located near Paris, in federal territory or domaine national of Saint Cloud. Always considered to one of the top parcs in Europe, it ws also awarded the status of Notable Garden.
A very creativly designed cafe, Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole is located in Paris near Notre Dame.
The rustic vintage look of the cafe, the gint wisteria and the colorful sets of chairs and tables outside the cafe, all of it makes Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole a unique place.
Pink Mamma Restaurant is one of the newest additions to Big Mamma Group network.
A brilliant creation, Pink Mamma’s each floor defines different spots besides the entrance floor. A Great Gatsby-inspired cocktail bar on the first floor and an italian room for traditional cuisine on the second floor. The third floor, consisting of a panoramic room. And the No Entry bar, Pink Mamma’s hidden bar, below all the others and reserved for unique italian flavored cocktails.
A restaurant and cafe in Paris, the Marcelle is known for the healthy food it makes. With a carefully selected decor and white background, the two-floor restaurant is a paradise of stripped furnishings and floral adornings.
Laudurée Bonaparte is an empire inspired on the tradition of tea houses and saloons. First as a bakery, quickly followed on the idea of having tea salons or salon de thé, where people would come for the tea, the sweets, artistic and cultural entertainment, and socializing.