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Architecture June, 10 2014

Hotel Edgar Paris

Hotel Edgar transformed a dark and dilapidated clothing workshop overlooking a small tree-lined square into a surprising and charming place, coveted by visitors and bustling with Parisians. Founder Guillaume Rouget-Luchaire gathered his family and close friends to partake in designing the concept hotel’s 13 rooms. These artists, photographers, graphic designers, stylists and even set designers brought it to life, decorated and tailored the building into a quirky and refined hotel. With talent and imagination, each of the designers dreamt up unique rooms, each more unexpected than the other.

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