RAPHAEL NAVOT

Hotel National des Arts et Métiers, Paris x

— 2017
facades entrance

Positioned between the Marais and the quartier of Montorgueil,
a singular design hotel offers an entirely new Parisian experience.

An inspiring and unique addition to the busting neighbourhood in which it sits,
the Hotel National des Arts et Metiers is a feat of modern architecture
and innovative design hidden behind a classic Haussmannian facade.

hotel entrance material

The 66 rooms establishment, restaurant and bar
have been realised using the noblest materials
and crafted by artisans in the tradition
of French savoir-faire.
Materials and textures are fashioned with respect
for the artistic, artisanal tradition which comes to life
again through the designs and forms that withstand
the test of time.

The hotel entrance is marked by 6 hand-carved stone pillars
(pierre de taille- from Paris quarry)
Laid across the fossilised granit marquetry flooring

Mineral coating (by Signature-Murale)
is covering 400 linear meters
of all hotel corridors in an organic flow

The staircase going to
'La Galerie des Arts et Metiers'
made entirely of carved marble

mineral coating staircase
chambre signature bathroom

'La Chambre Signature',
All 66 hotel's rooms have concrete wall,
massive oak flooring and a mix of
original/vintage furniture

All bathrooms are made with
original Verona Terrazzo,
flamed granite custom-made sink

brand

Branding and graphic design by Bepoles

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living room salon
bar
terasse
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'LA GALERIE DES ARTS ET METIERS'

Galerie des arts et metiers
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Hotel National des Arts et Metiers WEBSITE

Interior architecture and design: Raphael Navot
Art Direction: Raphael Navot
Architecture and Engineering: DVVD

Visual identity: Bepoles
Lighting Consultant: Florian Douet
Design development: Pieter Maes
Vegetation: Kali Vermes

Heartfelt THANK YOU to:
Jean-Baptiste Dussol (AGB)
Carlota GUILLEN (DVVD)
Patrimoine de Pierre de Taille
Charlotte de la Grandière (Rue Hérold)
Signature Mural

Final site photos by Jérôme Galland