Our interior architects have ingeniously configured the expansive reception area to accentuate its spaciousness while conveying a serenely intimate mood. The subtle interplay of exotics woods, rare marbles, natural fibres, and raw leather enlivens the atmosphere of this magical retreat.
Entirely covered with gold leaves from wall to ceiling and brightened up with two chimneys, the dining room stands, just like a jewel, in the vastness of the reception area. A carefully crafted table in brass and leather complements the room.
On a dedicated level sits a master suite with a large bedroom, a walk-in closet and a marble bathroom equipped with a TV, a whirlpool and a Rainsky shower. No detail has been overlooked, from the quality of the fixtures to the beautifully crafted finishes to the walls and floors.
On the upper floor, three large bedrooms with bathrooms and dressings, ideal for children or guests, offer a very quiet and natural atmosphere. The ambiance is enriched with rare marbles, raw leather, exotic wood and natural wall-fabric.
Jean Walter is one of the few architects in France to promote the concept of garden cities, which he discovered in England. In Paris, Porte de la Muette, the “Walter buildings” were created from 1928 to 1931 with the support of the architects of the Administration. Set in a vast quadrilateral isolated between the ‘Bois de Boulogne’, the ‘Parc de la Muette’ and the Ranelagh garden, these buildings form a neo-classical set, characteristic of the “Art Deco” period. Composed of luxury homes, thought in the most contemporary style for its time, this complex was built as a ‘garden cities’, with real gardens between buildings and roof terraces.