Exterior View

Basement floor and electric plan

Ground Floor plan and electric plan

First ,Second and Third floor and electric plan


Reception View

Reception View

Bedroom View

Bathroom view

Hôtel Mathurin Moreau

XIX Century Building besides Park Buttes Chaumont in Paris France,the facade materials are made of stone and red painted brick,this original choice was important to decide interior materials and try to apply a "constructivisme"style.The reception walls are made of "Terracotta"with Zebrano wood to create a warm ambiance ,and for dividing the restrooms and the dining room semi transparent glass bricks cause with fluorescence light inside.Floors are divided in "transit"part made of black reflecting ceramic tile and dining room in natural oakwood,ceilings are made of lacquered white wood.

Furnitures are signed by Rieveld (zig zag chair from Cassina) Jean T Table from Eileen Gray are some examples.

Light is independent in the dining room with four different floor lamps.

In the rooms the materials are light and shine to develop the light inside.The wall of the headboard bed and the floor are in the same zebrano panels and both side walls are in white stucco.One very important detail is the front of the wardrobe ,the entry door and the ceiling are with the same lacquered white wood.Light sources are divide in three independents ways table lamps signed by Ingo Maurer and NoNeon inside the dome made of porcelain tiles>Bedsides table are made from Grange and carpets and "coberture"are signed by Pierre Frey and Borghi.

The bathroom wall are in black and white ceramic tiles and the wall that divides the washbasin and the bathtub is made of glass-bricks ,both from Boffi,walls lamps models Giovi from Flos.

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