Max Hotel Paris by Bras Architecture

December 08, 2015

Maximum Style

Paris is one of the most visited cities in the world where reasonably priced contemporary style hotels are surprising difficult to find.  This is why we love the Max Hotel, located in the heart of the 14th arrondissement.

Designed by architect Lean-Luc Bras, the interior space is elegant and comfortable, thanks in no small part to the use of natural wood furniture with accents of felt and leather (the Laia and Kuskoa collections from Alki), all in contemporary neutral tones.

Links

http://www.hotel-max.fr/en/

http://www.bras-architecte.com/

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Product Inspiration

 Kuskoa - Lounge Chair 6.245 - Fabric  Laia - Low Table 6.126  Laia - High Seat, Low Back 6.156  Gea Suspension Light - Small


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