Library – A break

July 2017
Mancora, le Pérou s’invite chez LECLAIREUR. juin 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DRR

A short break june 2017 – Máncora: Peru is celebrated at LECLAIREUR!

This time, it is not a brand new couture label! The emblematic concept store is celebrating Peruvian gastronomy between its walls by hosting a Ceviche bar orche

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June 2017
Avignon, La Divine Comédie. PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Eric d’Hérouville

A short break june 2017 – Avignon: a gem in the city center!

The Divine Comedie is now “the place to be” in Avignon. Since its recent opening on June 15th, this sublime guest house is very trendy. Gilles Jauffret and Amaury

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A short break june 2017 – The Eiffel Blomet Hotel pays tribute to the Art Deco style

Located in the 15th arrondissement just behind the Eiffel Tower, this elegant four-star hotel has undergone a complete renovation under the skilful work of the architect Bruno Borrione.

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A break june 2017 – Auberge des Templiers: a country getaway only one hour from Paris!

Founder member of the prestigious Relais & Chateau group, this 5-star hotel along the legendary road National 7 is surrounded by an enchanting six-hectare park

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June 2017
Boutique Yvonne Léon, Paris rive gauche. PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

Short break june 2017 – The designer Yvonne Léon settles on the left bank

First eponymous address for the young jeweler Yvonne Léon who chose Saint Germain to display her jewels paved with pearls and precious stones. This beautiful gem

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Short break june 2017 – Summer House: a Parisian summer with US colors

Under the aegis of the Mona Bismarck American Center, which has teamed up with Modules, Doppler and Bonomy, “Summer House” will rock Paris during all summer to

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June 2017
Londres, hôtel Henrietta, Experimental Group. Juin 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

News June 2017 – London: a hotel for the Experimental Group

In the heart of Covent Garden, the hip neighborhood of the British capital, the Experimental Group: The Prescription Cocktail Club, la Compagnie des vins surnaturels

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June 2017
Restaurant Le Camondo Paris. Juin 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Le Camondo

News june 2017 – Discover the (still) secret terrace of the Camondo

There are museum restaurants which offer a minimum service, the chef addresses and then there is Le Camondo. Opened only a few days ago, this new place should quickly

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News June 217 – Alan Geaam, new gastronomic address in the 16th arrondissement

We had discovered Alain Geaam and his generous cuisine at his restaurant Les Halles (AG Les Halles). His new restaurant has been installed for a few weeks in the

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June 2017
Steinway & Sons ouvre son show room à Paris. Juin 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Steinway & Sons

A short break june 2017 – Steinway & Sons opens its showroom in Paris

12 000 different pieces, one year of manufacture and 80% of the work done by hand: if Steinway & Sons manufactures the best pianos in the world it is not quite a coincidence!

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Short break june 2017 – Let’s relax at the REcyclerie!

Located in the 18th arrondissement, where the old station of Ornano used to be, the REcyclerie is set inside a beautiful space of 4000m2. Dedicated to recreation

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May 2017
My Little Paris, maison d’été à Montmartre. mai 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © My Little Paris

A short break may 2017 – My Little Paris is opening its summer house in Montmartre

Slowing down, reconnecting with simplicity, savoring the moment, developing creativity: it may tell you something? These are the principles of slow life. The good news? My Little Paris will celebrate

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News May 2017 – Muji x be-poles: The attractive collab!

On one hand, Muji, the brand born in Japan in the early 80s, rhyming with sobriety and minimalism. On the other, be-poles, a graphic design studio founded in

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May 2017

A break may 2017 – ANGELINA IS CELEBRATING MUMMIES !

From the 20th to the 30th of May, the Parisian tearoom is offering a new gourmet menu to celebrate mothers during snack time.

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May 2017
MERCI célèbre les 70 ans du bikini à la piscine Molitor. Mai 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © MERCI

A Break may 2017 – MERCI is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the bikini!

Made popular by swimmer and actress Esther Williams, actresses Ava Gardner and Rita Hayworth or even the sublime Ursula Andress in the “James Bond vs. Dr. No » movie, the bikini is an iconic piece in the women’s wardrobe. Revealing women shapes, its suggestive cut was scandalous back in the days. Since then, the bikini has become a common piece and appears as a guest in every swimwear collection. The MERCI concept store pays tribute to it by dedicating a beautiful space that looks like a pool and feels like holidays!

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A break may 2017 – La Hacienda Temozon Sur, Yucatan

Want a beautiful escape? Far from the hustle and bustle of cities and the grey days ? In a country that is not yet invaded by yuppies? Then head towards the Yucatan Peninsula, in Mexico, where we found a charming hacienda, ideal HQ for exploring this magnificent area of ​​the southern Estados Unidos Mexicanos …

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May 2017
Facade Tsuba Hôtel Paris. mai 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © GILLES TRILLARD

A Break May 2017 – A stop at the Tsuba Hotel Paris

Located in the heart of the Ternes in the 17th arrondissement, this four-star hotel fills the walls of a splendid building dating from 1926. Designed by Sybille Holmberg and Victoire Blocman of the Architecture Architecture Agency who have revisited the spirit of the Art Deco era, this establishment draws a chic and soothing lifestyle, highly seductive and deliciously romantic.

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A break may 2017 – It’s swinging at the Paillotes guinguette bar!

Want a little breath of fresh air and a delightful retro evening? Head to the Paillotes at the spa hotel of the Etangs de Corot! This peaceful and bucolic little haven is only 30 minutes from Paris. There, the mythical Paillotes are welcoming you and are transformed into a guinguette bar until the end of the summer. So smart!

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May 2017
Portrait d’Elisabeth Visoanska. mai 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

A Break may 2017 – Visoanska: the shop is finally here!

Pioneer of the eco-luxury trend, the French brand of high cosmetics Visoanska has just inaugurated its first store in the Marais. An award-winning boutique signed by Denkov Studio Paris, where you can find the different lines of high-quality natural care of this expert brand that tames the virtues of unusual plants to make the skin look more beautiful and younger.

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A Short Break may 2017 – The D’Days Festival: let’s play!

For its 17th edition, the Parisian Design Festival is extending by offering 12 days of free program open to everyone. True to its values, D’Days honors design through various unseen exhibitions, events and meetings. And this year, it invites us to play around the theme of game! Let’s go!

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April 2017
Détente majuscule au Tigre Yoga Club & Spa. avril 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

A break april 2017 – Major relaxation at the Tiger Yoga Club & Spa

The place to be for trendy Parisians, the four Tigre Yoga Club & spa centers are keeping on with their quest for well-being in the capital. Elodie Garamond the charming lady of the house, is extending her offers for a supplement of serenity and relaxation. We take it!

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A short break april 2017 – The Lazare is inaugurating its new terrace

Travelers are going to be delighted! The Lazare, the irresistible restaurant of the starred chef Eric Fréchon nestled in the heart of the train station with the same name, is adding to the fun by installing 40 new sits under the sky of Paris.

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A break april 2017 – THE AVANT GARDE OF FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY IN HYERES

At the forefront of trends, eclectic and challenging, the International Fashion and Photography Festival will hold its 32nd edition in Hyères from April 27th to May 1st, extending its exhibitions until May 28th. In parallel to the awards that will appoint young stylists or accessories designer, this selection seems to be particularly exciting for photography.

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April 2017
Enceinte Vifa Oslo mountain blue avril 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

Short Break april 2017 – A chic and trendy dark blue, a sober and elegant style

he new portable Oslo Bluetooth speaker from the Danish brand Vifa has it all! Its new Mountain Blue color reminds us of the winter evening sky, the deep sea, the opaque countryside …

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April 2017
Tavira Terraces, Portugal Algarve avril 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

A Break april 2017 – “Tavira Terraces” Another view of the Algarve.

Want a light getaway in the Algarve? A wingbeat is enough to rally Faro and the clear waters of the Ria Formosa, a protected ecological zone. Here, the beaches look like Cap Ferré and the migratory birds frolic in peace. We swim on sandbanks sheltered from crowds … A real luxury.

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April 2017
Sofitel Tamuda Bay. avril 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Ludovic Bischoff

A break april 2017 -Getaway into the blue Morocco

A new Sofitel bursting with colors and modernity is shining on the Mediterranean coast of Morocco, near Tetouan. The blue triumphs in “color block” and pays tribute to the blue town of Chefchaouen, a small treasure to discover and to see life … in blue!

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Parisian new april 2017 – Craie: a new healthy canteen

Located in the extension of the gourmet rue du Nil in the 2nd arrondissement, this little spot is already big! With its beautiful black facade and seductive menu, Craie is the address of the moment.

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Short Break april 2017 – Tumi is launching its first aluminum collection

Marked by the seal of excellence since its creation in 1975, Tumi, the luggage and travel accessories brand, is working to make travels and escapes more simple and beautiful.

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April 2017
Picasso Primitif dans l’intimité du génie andalou. News parisiennes avril 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

Parisian news April 2017 – ”Primitive Picasso”: in the intimacy of the Andalusian genius

Visionary, secretive, unpredictable, Pablo Picasso the versatile artist keeps on surprising us. Proof is this magnificent exhibition to be discovered between the walls of the Musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, which offers a completely new light on the work of Picasso and the close relationship that joins it to the arts of Africa, Oceania, The Americas and Asia.

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March 2017
Terrasse Restaurant Marcelle. news parisiennes mars 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Lisa Klein Michel

Restaurant Marcelle: healthy, beautiful and cheerful

Green is trendy! Just like spring flowers, healthy tables are growing in the four corners of Paris and ensure balance on our plate. The latest: Marcelle.

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March 2017
LA HYGGE ATTITUDE. mars 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Benedetta Borrometi

POSITIVE ATITUDE March 2017 – THE HYGGE ATTITUDE Intimacy from the North

Intimacy becomes a furiously trendy concept, as soon as it is stated in Danish. The Hygge movement, coming from Scandinavia, brings a breath of softness in our crazy world.

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March 2017
Hotel Au Coeur du Village, La Clusaz. halte mars 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Ludovic Di Orio

A break march 2017 – The four hotels that get the buzz going on top of the mountains this winter

The winter sports season is beginning and you are wondering which small cozy nest to choose for your Alpine stay? Here is a selection of new accommodations, that are all beautiful, hot that and get the buzz going this winter. Two prestigious addresses and two hotels with a new concept. At least, you will have something to talk about after a week in the mountains when you get back at the office, even if white gold is not to go this year!

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March 2017
La Boite de Nuit-une exposition à la Villa Noailles. mars 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine

A bridge on two shores march 2017 – A disco ball at the villa Noailles

A disco ball has been hooked to the highest branch of the pine tree. At nightfall, the exhibition is taking on its full dimension. The ultra-modern villa built in the 1920s by the architect Robert Mallet-Stevens for the Count and the Countess of Noailles

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March 2017
REN HANG. une halte mars 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

It’s now march 2017 – REN HANG A talented soul disappears

Subversive, without any taboo, poetry pegged to the bodies … Such was Ren Hang, a 29-year-old Chinese photographer, part of the Queer world, whose work has been dazzling in six years only.

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March 2017
LES FRANCAISES vues par SONIA SIEFF. mars 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © SONIA SIEFF

A Break march 2017 – LES FRANÇAISES seen by SONIA SIEFF

What a long way from the photoshoot sessions in the great artist’s studio of the 17th arrondissement, when she was still a little girl.

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February 2017
Marc Veyrat. Une halte février 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Marc Veyrat

A Break february 2017 – The head in the stars in Manigod, at Marc Veyrat’s

The head of the Aravis massif returns to the gastronomic scene with his Maison des bois which, since its opening a few weeks ago, has won two stars in the Michelin 2017.

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January 2017
hotel Palacio de Los Duques, Madrid. Une halte janvier 2017 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

A Break January 2017 – Madrid: Melia inaugurates the Palacio de Los Duques

Unite an old ducal palace and a convent, add a sumptuous garden courtyard of 1000 m2, the whole redesigned in a resolutely design spirit but without ostentation and everything under the guidance of the master Velasquez who reigns everywhere: behind the reception, in the hallways and rooms…

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December 2016
DENDROMORPHIES - CREER AVEC L’ARBRE. Dendromorphie Beuys' Acorns. Une halte décembre 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Perbos Laurent

A break december 2016 – DENDROMORPHIES – CREATING WITH THE TREE

The contemporary art historian Paul Ardenne, close to works that escape from all aesthetic classification, proposes “Dendromorphie”, an exhibition of works by sixteen contemporary artists on the theme of the tree.

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December 2016
Tabouret Cork. Une halte décembre 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © La Source

A break december 2016 – La Source, The beauty of gesture

Cork is a cult piece, a cork stool of disarming simplicity, designed by the English designer Jasper Morrison and edited by the brand Vitra.

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December 2016
Facade Prunier. une halte décembre 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

A break december 2016 – Prunier: elegantly luxurious

If the Parisian restaurant is an institution dedicated to seafood since 1925, Prunier is also one of the largest production houses of caviar 100% made in France. A pronounced taste for an elegant luxury.

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December 2016
Gare Saint Paul, Lyon. Une halte novembre 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Camille Gross & Leslie Epsztein

A Break december 2016 – Lyon, lights in the night …

The Festival of Lights returns to Lyon in early December. An unprecedented edition to marvel at the luminous creations of the greatest artists. And shout loudly that those who worship the darkness will never win against the joy of meeting together to dream.

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November 2016
Claude Lévêque, Sans titre (Dansez !). Une halte novembre 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine Courtesy Collection Agnès b

A break November 2016 – VIVRE !! The contemporary art collection of Agnes b meets the history and cultures of immigration.

The link is not evident, at first glance, between a museum located at a gate of Paris whose purpose is to present to the public the history, cultures and arts resulting from immigration, and the collection of contemporary art Fashion stylist Agnès b.

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November 2016
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A break November 2016 – It is time for pot-au-feu

Here it is: fall is well installed and the ambient lower temperature makes you want to find the comforting side of traditional dishes. It is time for pot-au-feu (more and more rare), blanquette and other simmered dishes that satisfy both soul and gluttony.

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November 2016
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A Break november 2016 – AVEDON FOR EVER

The BNF is presenting until February 26th, 2017 The France of AVEDON Old World New Look exceptional exhibition of vintage prints made by Avedon, contact sheets annotated by the famous American fashion photographer.

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October 2016
Matt Museum, Lisbonne. une halte octobre 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

A break october 2016 – Lisbon inaugurates the Maat

Some of us make the trip only to discover it. The very design Matt Museum, has become in a few days one of the attractions of Lisbon. Designed by the English architect Amanda Levete – a name to remember – this building imposes its graceful curves on the banks of the Tagus, close to the Tower of Belem.

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September 2016
HOTEL LE GENERAL. Une halte dans les nouveaux palaces parisiens septembre 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © GILLES TRILLARD

A Break september 2016 – The New parisian hotels

Paris continues to celebrate the inauguration of this new generation of hotels: boutique hotels. Elegant, intimate, decorated with very special care displaying 4 or 5 stars on their pediment, they attract a clientele increasingly important. Little review in details in the various districts of the capital.

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August 2016
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A break august 2016 – Vegetable gardens

While being held in june in Paris the 13th edition of “Gardens Garden”, the show has set the theme for this year on new urban landscapes, foster, generous and shared. For those who do not have the chance to have enough space to grow some vegetables, here are some suggestions of places where to grow vegetables and flowers. For a more charming and friendly daily life.

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August 2016
ILE BENDOR Une Halte à Bandole, aout 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Françoise SPIEKERMEIER

A Break august 2016 – FIVE REASONS -at least- TO VISIT BANDOL

In Bandol we love words, films and architecture. In the 30s, the synergy of three gave birth to the casual chic of this seaside resort located between Marseille and Toulon at the foot of hills plunging into the sea. Within it major works of modern literature were born. Marlon Brando falls in love with a local girl, and D.H.Lawrence writer (author of Lady Chatterley’s Lover) continued his dream of creating a utopian community in the fight against the decline of the West in the war. Today we like to blend into the decor, to mingle with the festive crowd and to smile to adopt its casual chic.

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August 2016
Domaine du Muy. une halte au Domaine du Muy aout 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © Françoise SPIEKERMEIER

A break august 2016 – THE FIELD OF MUY Contemporary Sculpture Park

Invitation to an intimate encounter with the finest works of contemporary art in the world.

It is at Muy, in the hinterland of St. Tropez or St. Raphael, an hour’s drive of Grasse. It is a rocky path that winds through the hills. It invites to dive into the heart of wild nature of Provence, dry, covered with fragrant plant species, to meet with, one-on-one, one after the other, works of art, among the most important of our time.

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July 2016
Château des Avenières. Une Halte juillet 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

A Break july 2016 – The rock & roll destiny of the Avenières castle

It needed the unusual combination of a Hindu astronomer and an eccentric American to give the Avenières castle its exquisite note of madness. Before becoming a secret lair of the jet set and music stars, this Sleeping Beauty palace, perched in the hills of Annecy, had an incredible story. In 1907, a wealthy heiress, Mary Wallace Shilitto falls in love with the sublime panorama of the massif of Salève, between Geneva and Annecy and decided to build a castle

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July 2016
Fuste du Trappeur, La Clairière aux Cabanes. Une halte dans des cabanes de rêve dans les Vosges juillet 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

A break july 2016 – Dream huts in the Vosges

in La Bresse, in the Vosges, we have found amazing cabins for a romantic stay in a trapper’s cabin or a family holiday in shacks clinging to trees. Atypical and original high quality accommodation …

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July 2016
E.1027. une halte E.1027 la Maison en Bord de Mer d’ EILEEN GRAY juillet 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © SPIEKERMEIER

A break july 2016 – E.1027: the Seafront House of EILEEN GRAY

Overlooking the beach of Cabbé, in Roquebrune Cap-Martin, the e.1027 villa built by Eileen Gray from 1926 to 1929, is one of the gems of modern architecture. The designer put it into practice her belief that “human needs” should guide the design and “engineering art” is not enough.

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July 2016
Terrasse du jeu de Paume. Une halte sur les meilleures terrasses de Paris juillet 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

A break july 2016 – Courtyards, gardens, terraces … this summer we (re) discover these ventilated rooms that give Paris a countryside style

The most bucolic: La boîte à images at the Jeu de Paume
The Jeu de Paume is opening this summer a terrace overlooking the octagonal pool where we can enjoy a full sunny exposure. To enjoy one of the most beautiful gardens in the capital: the Tuileries. Under umbrellas, where there is a very warm summer, the menu highlights light meals

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July 2016
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A break july 2016 – Ricciotti : admiration exercice of Marseille port drivers

In the Old Port of Marseille, the Phocée, a floating barge at the foot of Fort St. Jean, has just revamped. This strange vessel that is looking more like an industrial pavilion than a boat is actually a miniature shipyard where the pilot boats are building and repairing : these almost unsinkable speedboats allow pilots of the Port of Marseille-Fos to tackle by any weather tankers and ships to safely take them to dock.

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June 2016
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A Break June 2016 – Le Hameau des Baux: a summer Eden in the Alpilles

A true boutique hotel where you can come away with the vintage furniture from the rooms and offer yourself a romantic escape in a retro convertible. That’s the winning formula of your summer at the Hameau des Baux, a small family hotel in the Alpilles.

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June 2016
Vue de la Place Unterlinden, du canal de la Sinn et de l'enrée du Musée, Musée Unterlinden Photo: Ruedi Walti

A Break June 2016 – 4 reasons to visit Colmar

Colmar is known as the wine capital of Alsace and one of the cities where it rains the less in France thanks to the Foehn effect. A meteorological oddity that brings dry winds on the Vosges Massif slopes beneath which flow Colmar peaceful days. But if we need to rush to the (re) discovery of Colmar, this is for another phenomenon, an artistic one.

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June 2016
Apéro foot au Shangri-La. Nos adresses pour l’Euro Juin 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

In Paris, gourmand mix and match during the Euro

Aperitif football at Shangri-La
The Shangri-La Paris invites football fans to chic aperitifs with broadcasting of matches (from 18h to 21h) on giant screen. The opportunity to enjoy the creations of chef Christophe Moret and specially created for the occasion formulas.

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May 2016
Handsome Hôtel. Une Halte dans les hotels parisiens mai 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © NICOLAS ANETSON

A Break May 2016 – The new parisian hotels…

Handsome Hotel
Designed by decorators Dorothée Delaye and Daphné Desjeux the Handsome Hotel by Elegancia is a welcoming cocoon that mixes beautiful and sweet. Here, everything is in the detail as a bow tie. Like it, it sets the tone, the directive line of an outfit. The hotel is a chic and timeless bubble in which the charm subtly works, by surprise.

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April 2016
John Chiara, Horseshoe Ramp at Mississippi,From the Mississippi series. Une halte John Chiara à la NextLevel Galerie avril 2016. PLUMEVOYAGE. @plumevoyagemagazine. Courtesy the Artist, ROSEGALLERY and NextLevel Galerie Paris

A Break April 2016 – John Chiara at the Nextlevel gallery

In the heart of the digital age
Through his practice, John Chiara gives time to time, in the heart of the digital age. The adventure began in the 90’s. « I was photographying with an average chamber of size 4×5 Linhof Tecnica, which belonged to my grandfather. I was doing my black and white contacts; I loved the setting, the incredible amount of information in this small package. I wanted to keep this “sharpness”, this quality in large format prints.

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March 2016
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A Break march 2016 – SPA TIME

PLUME VOYAGE made you a selection of spas around the world, just to do good waiting for spring. Located close to the Bahia Palace, 5 minutes from the Jemaa El Fna Square in the heart of an area of ​​3.5 hectares, the Royal Mansour Marrakech is certainly one of the finest hotels in the world!

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February 2016
Chef pâtissier Cédric Grolet, Hotel Meurice Paris. Le retour du tea-time février 2016 PLUME VOYAGE. @plumevoyagemagazine © Pierre Monetta

A Break February 2016 – The tea-time coming back

We all have childhood memories of gargantuan snacks, whether at home when returning from school, after an afternoon of skiing or simply to be pampered by our grandmother. The lost taste of these buns, cakes, spreads and jams delights our memories. So why not going back to childhood enjoying a delicious tea-time? Our British friends have well understood it: there is no age for enjoying ourself and quietly regressing in a tea-room!

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January 2016
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A Break January 2016 – Around the world in 22 days with Safrans du Monde

After a career started in the hotel industry, it is at Air France that Guy Bigiaoui catches the trip “virus” , then he sharpens his expertise with air cruises at a tour operator … before launching into the world tours and trips adventure he can not imagine anything else than custom-made. We are in 2003. Today Safrans du Monde has become the specialist of lifetime trips, with almost 300 possible combinations to offer the ideal World Tour and a hundred countries to design a custom trip. Interview.

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January 2016
Villa René Lalique exterieurs. Une halte Villa René Lalique PLUME VOYAGE janvier 2016. @plumevoyagemagazine © Reto-Guntli

A Break January 2016 – The René Lalique Villa, a crystal and light case in Alsace. A French luxury

The René Lalique Villa, a crystal and light case in Alsace. A French luxury. The Villa built by René Lalique in 1920 just had a second birth. And how! From the initiative of Silvio Denz, President and CEO of Lalique, it was transformed into a prestigious hotel, or rather a very confidential guesthouse, since only six suites are available.

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December 2015
Philharmonie Paris. A Break at the Philharmonie december 2015 PLUME VOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © W Beaucardet

A Break december 2015 – Philharmonie de Paris

Latest creation of architect Jean Nouvel, the new concert hall, inaugurated in the spring, reflects the East opening of the capital and is part of the future of Grand Paris.

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October 2015
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A Break – Strolling at the Château de Courban

This is no longer the Champagne region and not quite Burgundy yet. But the area is beautiful, adorned with warm colors of an endless Indian summer. To enjoy long walks, visits to vineyards or just for a luxury break, the Château de Courban is the perfect halt.

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October 2015
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A Break October 2015 – French guest rooms that will make you dream …

Du côté de chez Anne, Strasbourg
Anne? This is Anne Gerber, who transformed her beautiful family house in Colombage, surrounded by a small cottage, a park and an orchard into a guesthouse, the most beautiful among the district of Robertsau. A gem in the city! Inside, instead of yielding to any clean design, Anne chose a contemporary, opulent décor to support beams. The carpet is of three layers, the walls are sometimes gold and bathtubs, as bulging as huge ostrich eggs invite to laziness.

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October 2015
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A Break October 2015 – Taking the time at Baumanière

First there is the light, this light we can only find in the South of France, in Provence, attractive in any season. And then there’s Les Baux de Provence, its wild landscape, rocky movements, steep white masses, surrounding the village with cobbled streets, one of the most beautiful of France. Its cliffs that exacerbate this luminosity trough its whiteness, its castle and its ruins, marquis title given to the family of Prince Grimaldi seem to protect what is set below.
This is here, in the heart of the Alpilles, that Baumanière Les Baux de Provence is nestled.This is where, ine the heart of the Alpilles, Baumanière Les Baux de Provence is nestled.

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September 2015
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A Break September 2015 – Hermès, A stroll on the banks of the seine

According to those who have everything time remains the ultimate luxury. Time to stroll, time to wander and time to waste this precious time itself is an element so fought over in modern life. With this in mind, Hermès thus invites parisians on a chic stroll. Forget the traffic jams around La Concorde, turn your back on idle debates at l’assemblée Nationale and instead head down to the docks to uncover another time and space.

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September 2015
The Aubrey

A Break September 2015 – Santiago chile

The Aubrey
In the heart of Bellavista, lies a spanish colonial style home with great heritage. Recently renamed The Aubrey, this mission-style mansion built in 1927 by the Duran family (an important chilian political dynasty) journeyed through the 20th century experiencing geopolitical and industrial scandals, power sagas and meetings at the top.

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August 2015
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A Break August 2015 – The INK Hotel in Amsterdam creates a new story

Can we transform a former newspaper press into a hotel? Why not! Establishing itself in the buildings that for a long time housed “Tijd” (The Dutch Times), the INK Hotel Amsterdam pays tribute to the world of this rag, founded at the start of the 20th century. What could have been gimmicky here is presented with the desire to develop an elegant and sober universe that honours the billions of stories that have been written inside these walls.

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August 2015
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A Break August 2015 – Pierre-Alexandre Risser

For a quarter of a century, Pierre-Alexandre Risser has designed several of the most beautiful urban gardens. His clients? Major names including Kenzo, Ungaro and Azzarro, but also various unidentified customers. Defining himself as a “garden life organiser”, he opens up the doors of his private universe.

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July 2015
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A Break July 2015 – Domaine de Rochevilaine

Imagine you are alone, at sea, at the tip of a private peninsula… the only noise are the waves to send you to sleep, the cry of seagulls to wake you up… You are at the domain de Rochevilaine.

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July 2015
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A Break july 2015 – Corsica, discover the Ceccaldi cutlery

Time, intricacy and talent. All the expertise of the Ceccaldi cutlery is expressed in each of its creations. Whether it concerns a simple pocketknife or an exceptional piece, the quest for perfection defines the Ceccaldi family brand.

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June 2015
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A Break June 2015 – Gerardmer and its grand hotel

Perfect for an adventure between fresh air and dense forests, Les Vosges offers a total escape: closer to the Alps and less austere than Le Jura, it was perfectly discovered by Gérardmer and its Grand Hôtel.

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May 2015
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A Break May 2015 – Viña Vik

An entirely unique Chilean property, Viña Vik represents an artistic voyage in itself: master paintings, colourful architecture, wine warehouses carved into the landscape like a piece of land art. A must-visit.

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May 2015
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A Break May 2015 – Monteverdi Hotel, Tuscany

A Tuscan jewel just an hour from Sienna, Hotel Monteverdi is a must-visit for everyone: elegance, simplicity, a respect for tradition and a contemporary style, it embodies the best of Italy.

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May 2015
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A Break May 2015 – Les Manoirs de Tourgéville

Right in the middle is a large timer structure, surrounding by 5 circular manors poised like little electrons around a central atom. Why does this instantly appeal to us? Because nothing stops us from bumping into other Parisians – from cinema and media – that we imagine live hectic lives during the week, but here they are nonchalantly relaxed in a tribal fashion. Like being in a family home.

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April 2015
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A Break April 2015 – Islay and Jura, pearls of the Hebrides

One stretches across barely 620km2: the other, just 368km2. Here are two little islands in the Hebrides, situated midway between Scotland and Ireland. A paradise for countryside fanatics but also lovers of peat whisky. Islay (pronounced “Eye-la”) and Jura represent the best of what Scotland has to offer.

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April 2015
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A Break April 2015 – “Alone on the Krakoram Highway in pakistan” by Eric Bonnem

The last bastions of wild nature
“Tell anyone that you are setting off to walk in Pakistan and you will glimpse complete incomprehension in the eyes of your interlocutor. However, far from the restless agitation of the southern cities or the disturbing news from the Afghan border – Peshawar in particular

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February 2015
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A Break February 2015 – Did you say Karnataka?

Pattadakal and Aihole
But we must press on, continuing 4-hours by road to the sites of Pattadakal and Aihole. The Royal Orchid Central Kireeti hotel offers a bucolic break, with rabbits and turkeys that graze freely on effervescent vegetation between bungalows.

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February 2015
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A Break February 2015 – St Valentine’s Hotels

The Grand Hôtel du Palais-Royal: the chabadabada one
We love: The Lulli restaurant. And the chef is both inventive and rigorous in his choice of products and his combinations. A short, effective menu. A special mention is owed to the pastry-chef. We’ll definitely be staying for dinner!

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January 2015
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A Break January 2015 – Villa Lena, an artist’s retreat

Looked after and managed today by gallery-owner Lena and her husband Jérôme Hadey, entrepreneur and music producer and Lionel Bensemoun of Le Baron and la Clique, the property has been transformed into a place of encounter, like an “anti urban remedy” as described by Jérôme, which bridges the gap between a Foundation and an artist’s residency, a hotel and guest suites for family holidays, a retreat that allows you to dislocate yourself from city life, in search of fresh air and tranquillity.

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January 2015
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A Break January 2015 – London: the latest hotels

The London Edition: one to watch!
A stone’s throw from prime shopping spots Regent Street, Oxford Street and the theatres of Soho and Covent Garden…the London Edition deserves a second look. Ian Schrager, the world’s trendiest hotel guru, has given the place the full measure of his art! Behind the extremely aristocratic façade of this Victorian building, seamlessly get to the heart of the hotel.

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December 2014
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A Break December 2014 – A Tunisian Residence, the golden book of a young legend

Only yesterday, the brand new Hotel Résidence brought bevy of stars to Tunisia. A jet chartered by Pierre Balmain arrived the day before, delivering the happy few to the sparkling palace.

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December 2014
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A Break December 2014 – Gourmet journey: pastry chefs impress us with their Christmas Yule logs

Too much cream, top much grease, too individual, too kitsch…Like the laughing cow, the days of Yule log are over. In response to this criticism, you will have to wait: all the pâtissiers have hit back. Raising the bar in seriousness or the opposite, pushing the game of style further than before, with a new resolution for 2014: it is all about the flavour, as it should be. And here are our favourites.

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November 2014
Marylebone Village, Londres © Ludovic Bischoff

A Break November 2014 – A day of food shopping in London

London: the shopping capital of Europe. But beyond the clothes and design, the city also offers sumptuous cheeses, original chocolates, innovative charcuteries and all sorts of exceptional culinary products. Follow our journey across London the gourmand city, from restaurants to markets, and discover the London food culture…

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October 2014
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A Break October 2014 – Shaking up Stockholm: K-Märkt, the ecological gourmet cantine

Freshly baked bread never smelt so good. Chickens roast slowly. An army of chefs bustle behind the long marble counter. Lounge music pervades the scene. Welcome to K-Märkt.

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October 2014
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A Break October 2014 – Guerlain’s Indian Summer

From perfume to jewellery; the industry makes leaps and bounds. And Guerlain put its best foot forward, even going beyond, in the world of art, promoting its love story with the marharani Mumtaz Mahal. And this heroine, glorified by Natalia Vodianova in Shalimar adverts, also had an extensive jewellery collection.

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September 2014
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A Break September 2014 – Domaine de la Baume: a lost paradise in Provence

The Domaine de la Baume is a fantasy of the purest form; that of a family house in which you unpack your bags for a special séjour. Nestled around a bend on the Haut-Var road, near the delightful (cloudland) village of Tourtour, the Domaine de la Baume was the family home of painter Bernard Buffet. Today, the house belongs to another family, the Sibuets, owners of legendary Fermes de Marie in Megève.

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September 2014
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A Break September 2014 – Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills, Japan

The latest endeavour from the Hyatt group, the Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills embodies the exceptionally creative and thoughtful style typical of the Japanese culture. A sneak-peek.

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September 2014
Morrells Boutique Estate

A Break September 2014 – Morrells Boutique Estate

Take a detour to a charming South African dwelling in Johannesburg, reviving European antiquities and influences. The perfect setting for a film.

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August 2014
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A Break August 2014 – Aegean Dream, Bodrum Turkey

Difficile de résister au bleu dur de la mer Egée, surtout quand il délimite les criques ciselées de la péninsule turque de Bodrum. Lieu de villégiature tour à tour ‘m’as-tu vu’ ou discret, Bodrum berce quelques adresses exclusives. A ne surtout pas ébruiter !

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August 2014
Parfums de la Bastide

A Break August 2014 – History of perfumes from the South, Parfums de la Bastide

Luxury and perfumery are no strangers to them. Having spent ten years of his life at LVMH under the direction of Anne-Cécile Vidal, before they met at Annick Goutal, William Bouheret is now Managing Director of the house.

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July 2014
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A Break in the architecturally eco-efficient cabins of Corrèze – July 2014

Hidden in a forest of pines, beeches and chestnut trees at the heart of Corrèze, the ‘Cabins of the Salagnac Region’ are amongst the first wooden lodgings that fully respect nature, all the while offering top of the range services.

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July 2014
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A Break July 2014 – The Peninsula hotel is about to open in Paris

When choosing the location of its tenth establishment, the Peninsula group opts for Paris. As it’s first hotel in Europe, this opening is eagerly anticipated.

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June 2014
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A Break June 2014 – L’Olympia: the rebirth of the mythical parisian concert hall

With more than 300 shows every year, 2000 seats and 14000m2 over three levels, the Olympia plays its cards close to its chest in the heart of the Madeleine quarter. “The theatre only makes up a tenth of the total surface area”, reveals the Olympia’s director, Arnaud Delbarre.

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June 2014
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A Break June 2014 – The Sweet Escape

You must have noticed it: everyone is on two wheels! Preferably with some elegance. Or a hint originality. Here is our selection of favourites to get you noticed.

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June 2014
Park Hyatt Vienna. Photo ©Marie Le Fort

A Break June 2014 – Park Hyatt Vienna

The latest jewel in the Viennese crown, the Park Hyatt Vienna invests in the walls of a former bank to update its codes. Here is a preview of the new hotel.

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June 2014
DMC Mulhouse

A Break June 2014 – DMC of Mulhouse

This week, we invite you to discover a place that is still a secret for now but certainly won’t be for long. Over the past few months a group of artists that go by the name of Motoco have been reviving the old DMC factories

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May 2014
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A Break May 2014 – Southern Finland in the summer

For many people, Finland represents a cold, snowy country, almost crystallized with frost in the winter time, seemingly incapable of turning into this warmer season

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March 2014
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A Break with Sophie Mestiri and Cathleen Naundorf – March 2014

This week Plume Travel invited Sophie Mestiri to take her pen to these pages. And so, the Communications Director of RMN presents to us her friend, the photographer Cathleen Naundorf.

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February 2014
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A Break – Baku on the up!

You can expect to hear a lot about Baku in years to come. And not only because the capital of Azerbaijan is pegged to host the first European Olympic Games in history in 2015.

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January 2014
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A Break January 2014 – Wallpaper Lab creative wallpaper

To mark the occasion of the fifth edition of WallpaperLab exhibited at UCAD, Plume Voyage offers a quick overview of the most creative wallpaper designs of today. Drawing inspiration from the tradition of the decorative arts, line drawing and the kinetic treatment of surfaces, they all evoke new visual landscapes.

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December 2013
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A Break December 2013 – Christmas Shopping Windows

A romantic spirit, a dollhouse imagined by night, showcasing jewelry sparkling like real gems and the streets decorated with stacks of Tiffany boxes as gifts.

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December 2013
ThirtySeven

A Break December 2013 – ThirtySeven Hotel in Gozo, Malta

Gozo is the little sister island of Malta. Much wilder, less touristy, it is a haven of peace where Patricia and Giuseppe Pozzi welcome guests into their home, decorated in their likeness: warm, international, endearing

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December 2013
Gilles & Boissier

A Break December 2013 – Gilles & Bossier are exhibiting!

Presenting their first ever furniture collection at the Act2 Rive Gauche / Galerie d’en face, the “Oxymorons #01” collection by Gilles & Boissier was inspired by a unique selection of heavily contrasted analog photos

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November 2013
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A Break November 2013 – The new Paris restaurant scene

Not exactly fine dining in the classic sense of the term, or high-end breweries, a wave of the “neo-gastro” venues have been popping up lately in Paris. The opportunity has arrived to take a new kind of gourmet tour in the city and discover the young talents…

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October 2013
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A Break October 2013 – A Tuscan Palette

When one thinks of Tuscany, the image of Florence appears immediately. However, in the south of the region, around Siena, the Crete Senesi offers a strange, almost lunar landscape. A symphony of broken tones, horizons of mixed browns and grays, dotted with flecks of gold when the sun peeks over the top of a hill. Delights for the eye that will make you want to break out your easel.

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September 2013
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A Break September 2013 – The Baccarat Manufacture

Being invited at the Manufacture of Baccarat is accessing to one of the most beautiful French heritage alive, it’s knowing the scenes of the adventure of crystal and discover some of its secrets. It’s keeping widened eyes in

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August 2013
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A Break August 2013 – The Lofoten Islands

In the North of the Arctic Circle, the Lofoten Islands make up a unique landscape, with sun shining at midnight, breathtaking vistas, and an unparalleled artistic dimension for an eccentric archipelago. A sight to be seen.

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August 2013
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A Break August 2013- La Co(o)rniche, an Eden dreamed up by Philippe Starck in the Bay d’Arcachon

“This is one of the most beautiful places on earth that I’ve ever seen!” And it is with these ecstatic words that designer Philippe Starck has taken on the project of Sophie and William Techoueyres.

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August 2013
Palacio Astoreca

A Break August 2013 – Palacio Astoreca Hotel

At the heart of the fabled Cerro Alegre, a wind of change is blowing across the Palacio Astoreca Hotel: a palace built in a Victorian style with a few Art Nouveau touches has come together with the contemporary architecture of Mathias Klotz to move into its present without denying its past.

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July 2013
Villa Clara

A Break July 2013 – Villa Clara, a house of charm in Beirut

In the heart of Beirut, Villa Clara is a racy address, a haven where antique furniture and plant murals create a timeless decor. Its interior is orchestrated as an Art Nouveau above conjugated in the present and plus-que-parfait tense.

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July 2013
Brooklyn New York

A Break July 2013- Made in Brooklyn, New York City

july 12 2013 Made in Brooklyn Marie le Fort & Evane Haziza-Bonnamour Brooklyn,the trendy NY borough is standing out gradually as a creative crucible and also breaks drastically with the archi-consumerist codes of Manhattan and America at large, in the manner Portland, which appears to be the trendy capital of the United States. In fact, […]

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June 2013
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A Break June 2013 – From Street Art to the Residence of “Les Bains”

Turned into an ephemeral artists residency created by its owner Jean Pierre Marois and orchestrated by the gallerist Magda Danysz, the building went under fire from an artistic tornado from January until the end of April all over its 3000m² space before the refurbishment that will see this institution transformed into a luxury hotel.

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May 2013
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A Break May 2013 – Going Mural Frescoes and artistic wallpapers

This week Plume Voyage magazine brings to you Frescoes and artistic wallpapers that infuse our interiors with the air of an art gallery. Sometimes drawn freehand, sometimes temporary, these colored flats are pushing the walls in a highly creative way.

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May 2013
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A Break May 2013 – Collective .1 fair at Pier 57 in New York

A new venue on the New York scene, the Collective .1 fair is borrowing the language of Design Miami / Basel: collectable designs and modernist pieces and objects of a new genre where interiors are riding the wave “Americana”, marking a point.

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February 2013
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A Break February 2013 – La Bamba de Areco

Plume Voyage magazine takes you to Argentina where the gauchos, the polo matches that animate the pampa and the rides that connect the estancias are more than just cultural symbols.

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January 2013
Wolgan

A Break January 2013 – Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa

Plume Voyage magazine invites you to discover the Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa in Blue Mountains Austria – an ecological resort, a haven of peace and the benchmark for riders and lovers of the great outdoors.

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January 2013
Terra Incognita

A Break – Antarctica, Terra Incognita

January 04 2013 Terra Incognita. Marie Le Fort A great white continent and the final frontier of the world, Antarctica has long been known as Terra Incognita as it remains inscrutable to us. A mystery, it causes one to think of cold and frostbite, southern nights (too dark or too light) and a desert of […]

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December 2012
New Parisian hotels

A Break – New Parisian hotels

Plume Voyage magazine gives to you a selection of New Parisian hotels: whether under the title of ’boutique’, ‘charming’, ‘neighbourhood’ or ‘auteur’ hotel, there’s something for all tastes and pleasures.

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November 2012
Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht

A Break – Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht

November 30 2012 Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht Marie Le Fort Only recently opened, the Andaz Amsterdam Prinsengracht hotel welcomes interiors and a unique installation ‘The Observatory’ by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders. Here is the opportunity to dive into his vision of a re-enchanted Dutch world.   The ego of Marcel Wanders often precedes him. A game […]

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November 2012
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A Break – Asian delicacies

Plume Voyage magazine brings to you new addresses and Asian talent, whether passing through or here to stay, that are enriching the Parisian gourmet palette.

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October 2012
Baystone Hotel & Spa

A Break – Baystone Hotel & Spa

This week, Plume Voyage’s ‘A Break’ brings to you the Baystone Hotel & Spa, Mauritius, that stands its graphic silhouette alongside the beautiful Grand Baie in the north of the island. A flagship for a new elegant design.

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October 2012
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A Break – Gardens Divine

A “jardin remarquable”, and a historical monument, Plume Voyage magazine brings to you the jardins d’Eyrignac that are a unique testimony to the art of “French gardens”.

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September 2012
Amanruya Bodrum

A Break – Amanruya

This week, Plume Voyage magazine take you to the Aegean coast, a few kilometers from Bodrum, to the latest Aman hotel that is redefining Turkish luxury by tapping into Ottoman history and aesthetics codes of ultimate refinement.

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June 2012
Rupert Sanderson

A Break – Rupert Sanderson

Plume Voyage magazine invites you to meet Rupert Sanderson, the young gentleman shoemaker who has recently designed a pair of red, sexy and feminine platform sandals in honor of Marilyn Monroe.

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May 2012
Metallic Sculptures

A Break – Metallic Sculptures

In ‘A Break’ , Plume Voyage magazine explores metal and paper, revealing metal design as something that has been elevated to the level of sculpting as well as Nendo’s creation of a box.

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May 2012
From paper to box

A Break – Nendo

Plume voyage magazine invites you to discover the “lacquered paper-objects” by Nendo at the Galerie Nilufar, once again display a combination of poetry, precision, technical skill and originality.

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April 2012
Old Mac Daddy Luxury Trailer Park

A Break – Old Mac Daddy Luxury Trailer Park

This week, Plume voyage magazine invites you to go an hour outside of Cape Town at the Old Mac Daddy Luxury Trailer Park, a luxury trailer park with funky rooms designed by innovative artists.

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March 2012
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A Break – Olafur Eliasson

This week, Plume Voyage magazine introduces you to an internationally recognized artist of light, Olafur Eliasson, a man who has not finished illuminating the world of art, design and architecture…

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February 2012
Viceroy Anguilla

A Break – Caribbean palaces

This week, Plume voyage magazine invites you to discover The Viceroy Anguilla, a luxury resort that is put together in the superlative.

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January 2012
Uxua et Fasano Las Piedras

A Break – Sunny Edens

SUNNY EDENS Marie Le Fort Along the coast of Brazil and Uruguay, the conditions are perfect to make each new bespoke property into a haven for aesthetes. Discover two places that ahead of their time and totally unique: Uxua and Fasano Las Piedras.   Uxua, Brazil In Trancoso, on idyllic Brazilian beaches near Bahia, Uxua […]

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December 2011
Swiss Designers

A Break – Swiss designers

Plume Voyage magazine’s ‘A Break’ takes us to discover the many facets of Swiss design in which the main players compete for “silent creativity”.

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November 2011
London restaurants

A Break – London-Restaurants

This week, Plume Voyage magazine invites you to discover restaurants in London. Less transient than in New York, more creative than in Paris, London restaurants are experimenting as much on the plate as they are with the decor.

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October 2011
Beirut: The Chic Capital

A Break – Beirut: The Chic Capital

This week, Plume Voyage magazine takes you to Beirut, a city that manages to retain many of its charms. Recently described by the New York Times as one of the “must see” capitals of the world, Beirut is hot property…

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September 2011
Beirut: The Gastronomic

A Break – Beirut: The Gastronomic Renaissance

Plume Voyage magazine’s ‘A Break’ in votes you to discover Beirut, a city that is reclaiming its title as the Paris of the Middle East. And a part of this rejuvenation is becoming apparent on their dinner plates…

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September 2011
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A Break – New York Hotels

This week, Plume Voyage magazine invites you to discover New York. Strong, proud of herself, in ‘prosperity’ or in ‘depression’, New York is like an open hand above our heads.

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September 2011
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A Break – La Grenouillère

Plume Voyage magazine invites you to discover La Grenouillère. To radically transform a provincial, slightly kitsch, hotel restaurant, into a Mecca of contemporary design, was the challenge of Alexandre Gauthier…

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June 2011
Rooms with a view

A Break – Paris: Hotels rooms with a view

This week, Plume Voyage magazine brings to you a subjective selection of charming, unusual, colourful and design hotels. They aren’t overpriced and can be found scattered all over Paris..

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May 2011
Paris, Capital of design

A Break – Paris: Capital of Design

Plume Voyage magazine gives you a quick overview of the original and dynamic creations that Paris has to offer these days.

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May 2011
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A Break – Paris: Golden Palais-Royal

Plume Voyage magazine invites you to discover the Palais-Royal, which is a little gem created in 1622 at the request of Cardinal de Richelieu and is another world entirely.

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May 2011
Sleeping in the meadow

A Break – Sleeping in the meadow

This week, Plume Voyage magazine invites you to sleep amongst the elements in a comfortable, heated tent, in a good bed to make the experience quite different and enjoyable.

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May 2011
PALACE CONTEMPORAIN

A Break – Paris: Contemporary palaces

This week, Plume Voyage magazine invites you to discover our selection of Contemporary Palaces. Whilst the media attention is focused on the short list of establishments who recently achieved “palace” status, the real debate seems to be focused elsewhere.

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May 2011
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A Break – Paris: Olivier Roellinger

Plume Voyage takes a spicy break at Epices Roellinger with chef Olivier Roellinger of Maisons de Bricourt. Plus Saint-Malo, Aladdin, Beena Paradin.

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