Hôtel Le Cinq Codet: the design of Jean-Philippe Nuel

Hôtel Le Cinq Codet: the design of Jean-Philippe Nuel

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When interior designer Jean-Philippe Nuel transforms a former France Telecom central office from the 1930s into a hotel, this gives Le Cinq Codet. In the heart of the 7th district, the hotel plays the card of elegance and refinement in a highly design atmosphere. Discovery of a real metamorphosis.

A new emotion from the lobby

Agence Nuel / Trillard Jean-Philippe Nuel's bet? Write a new page for the hotel industry by offering a unique experience. For this, the interior designer does not hesitate to break the codes and this from the lobby where the traditional desk gives way to two blocks of marble which sit enthroned like sculptures, also like the graphic lampshades and Monumental.

A lounge bar like a workshop loft

Agence Nuel / Trillard The discovery of the lobby continues in the lounge bar that the creation studio thought of as a studio loft inspired by the 1930s and 1940s. Materials such as light oak combine with steel for a design and arty atmosphere. . Works of art decorate walls and ceilings to set the exclusive tone of the hotel.

A green patio

Agence Nuel / Christophe Bielsa A true haven of peace in the heart of Paris, the patio is the central element of the hotel. Skilfully mixing design and vegetation, it invites you to relax thanks to huge circular benches in ash dressed in white cushions. The lighting of this bubble of serenity has been particularly thought to offer a poetic charm at nightfall.

The sublimated domestic spirit

Agence Nuel / Trillard Each room is intended to be a transcended private space where the luxury of noble and elegant materials mixes with works of art for a feeling of warm and elegant space.

An atypical layout

agence Nuel / Trillard The architecture of the building being out of the ordinary, the rooms play with different lines. As a result, the hotel offers no less than 29 different types of rooms. Inside, we obviously find the elegant curves of the facade with exclusive furniture perfectly suited in particular in this duplex room with exceptional volume.

A feeling of space

Agence Nuel / Trillard In the exceptional suites on the top floor of the hotel, emphasis has been placed on space in order to offer a bright and comfortable cocoon. The doors slide to play with the different spaces, the materials are perfectly chosen to offer a non ostentatious luxury and the furniture is thought of as real totems that evoke the loft of a collector.

A landscaped terrace

Agence Nuel / Trillard To discover Paris differently, the interior designer has equipped the four suites with a landscaped terrace which offers an incredible view of the capital with the Invalides on one side and the Eiffel Tower on the other. And to enjoy it, the terrace offers comfortable deckchairs and a private jacuzzi.

Well-being in the spotlight

Agence Nuel / Trillard The Cinq Codet hotel awakens your senses and invites you to well-being. You will benefit from a freestanding bathtub which is installed in the room for a new experience of well-being with a view of the capital.

Art in the spotlight

Agence Nuel / Christophe Bielsa Designed as a collector's loft, the hotel skillfully mixes the original creations of the Nuel studio for the hotel with creations by contemporary artists. We will thus find furniture signed by design icons like Elizabeth Garouste or Tom Dixon but also paintings, photographs and contemporary sculptures that give all their character to each space.