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The 37-room Le Roch Hôtel and Spa sits snugly between The Louvre, Place Vendome, and the Opéra Garnier, and welcomes guests with a design scheme characterized by soft lighting, clean lines, and a pastel color scheme. While the fireside lounge and library area encourage relaxation, the hotel’s courtyard garden frames Paris’ changing seasons perfectly. The hotel also plays host to a well-equipped fitness and spa area—complete with a pool and hammam—and a restaurant serving the renowned gastronomic creations of chef Arnaud Faye.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Color, Paris, and travel—these ideas are indicative of the design work of Sarah Lavoine, who is responsible for Le Roch’s visual identity. With the Le Victoria 1836 restaurant and the flagship store of the Comptoir des Cotonniers in Place Saint-Sulpice on her list of accomplishments, Lavoine has established a signature style characterized by authentic objects and a passion for the city she lives and works in. .
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
In an old public building reinvented by Vincent Bastie—the award-winning architect also renowned for his restructuring of Les Bains—Parisian designer Sarah Lavoine has created elegant and subtle interiors throughout using pastels, simple lines, Kaldewei bathtubs and basins, and materials such as Carrera marble and solid walnut wood flooring. In addition to Ressource paints and Cassina furniture—with a few pieces by Lavoine herself—soft lighting adds to the effect by subtly illuminating the interiors that were designed to sooth.