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Le 110 Honoré, located in the heart of Paris, between the Louvre and Les Halles, is a new Parisian cultural center which will open its doors in spring 2022. An achievement signed by the architect Clément Blanchet. 

In a desire to share emotions and enhance the senses, this new space includes four distinct places - the 110 Galerie, the Table du 110, the 110 Secret and the Son du 110 - united in a single address whose scenography and building were designed by Clément Blanchet.

Copper, brass and wood are skillfully installed, generating a warm atmosphere like an invitation to take your time. For Clément Blanchet “One of the main objectives was to resist the temptation of an“ up-to-date ”architecture but rather to offer a space that will know how to exist through its simplicity. It will make it possible to offer exhibition spaces, in particular by choosing copper, which offers the possibility of playing with its authenticity by offering modernity in its uses. " 

Almost a year was needed between design and construction to transform and bring together the various pre-existing spaces within 110 Honoré. 300 m2 spread over 3 levels from the basement to the first floor connected by stairs whose concept was to create "a place that is both timeless and modern. 

It is also an architecture which allows to discover the place. The challenge was to work on depth, on the games of transparency. »From one space to another, the public is invited to feel, in this welcoming place, their emotions.

“The project is above all a human, architectural and urban experience. It is a magical place, in the heart of Paris with a very rich, hybrid and complementary program: a sort of metropolitan salon ”thus summarizes Clément Blanchet. Le 110 Honoré or this place that will offer the opportunity to discover the French artistic scene, savor original cocktails, take care of yourself thanks to the restaurant's dietetic cuisine and participate in daily yoga classes.

 



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