Paris est un village… aux multiples visages ! En annexant les faubourgs lors de la transformation de Paris, sous le baron Haussmann, de nombreux petits villages furent intégrés. Certains eure…

Paris est un village… aux multiples visages ! En annexant les faubourgs lors de la transformation de Paris, sous le baron Haussmann, de nombreux petits villages furent intégrés. Certains eure…

"Medieval" Paris Before Baron Haussmann's Transformation 8

Page Medieval Paris Before Baron Haussmann's Transformation European Classic Architecture and Landscapes

The elegant gas lamps of Paris' Haussmann transformation, seen here in 1877-1878, contributed to its reputation as a modern metropolis....

An Insider's View Of 19th-Century Paris (Even The Urinals)

Charles Marville - The elegant gas lamps of Paris' Haussmann transformation, seen here in also contributed to its reputation as a modern metropolis.

Haussmann's renovation of Paris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia; Hôtel de Sens, Le Marais

Hôtel de Sens - 1 rue du Figuier, (one of three medieval residences remaining in Paris, built between 1475 and 1507 in the Marais)

The church of Sainte-Trinité. Built during 1861 and 1867 as part of Baron Haussmann’s beautification of Paris

Sainte-Trinite church biult during 1861 and 1867 as part of Baron Haussmann's beautification of Paris.

THE FIRST GALIGNANI bookshop in Paris was opened in 1801, on rue Vivienne but, thanks to Baron Haussmann’s redevelopment of Paris, it moved to the rue de Rivoli in 1856.

THE FIRST GALIGNANI bookshop in Paris was opened in on rue Vivienne but, thanks to Baron Haussmann’s redevelopment of Paris, it moved to the rue de Rivoli in

France’s first floating hotel and the largest urban regeneration project since Baron Haussmann revolutionized Paris await visitors there.

Lucky 13: The unsung arrondissement you need to visit in Paris

France’s first floating hotel and the largest urban regeneration project since Baron Haussmann revolutionized Paris await visitors there.

France’s first floating hotel and the largest urban regeneration project since Baron Haussmann revolutionized Paris await visitors there.

Lucky 13: The unsung arrondissement you need to visit in Paris

France’s first floating hotel and the largest urban regeneration project since Baron Haussmann revolutionized Paris await visitors there.

Modern French dining room.  Herringbone wood floors. Lighting. Simple. Elegant.

I’m in love with the interior rendered in these images from Bertrand Benoit. The modern furniture combines so well with the classic walls and floors in this space. I think it’s the perfect balance between old and new.

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