Le Barn crosses the bucolic charms of a French country home and the design chops of the ever-growing hip boutique hotel scene in Paris, providing a chic and relaxing base for Parisians and visitors, less than an hour out of the city ! So cool.
Just down the street from the impossible to get into Frenchie, you can complete the Gregory Marchand hat trick at the latest outpost from the renowned Frenchie chef. The Anglo-inspired eatery features excellent Reubens, flavorful fish and chips, sweet treats like brownies and pecan pie, housemade ginger beer, pickles & maple smoked bacon, and a great beer list.
Chateau de Rentilly is located in the east suburb of Paris, 30 minutes away.
In a nice park, you can discover a masterpiece of the artist Xavier Veilhan, he covered the castle with mirrors ! The architecture becomes spectacular.
Bakery & pastry close to Montmartre in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, near Les Abbesses.
Sébastien Mauvieux, the owner & baker, has been awarded for the best baguette of Paris in 2012. I recommend les chouquettes and also le flan ! And I had the pleasure to create the visual identity and packaging.
Neil Atherton is a Paris-based photographer and curator from the UK. He has called Paris home for over a decade and still speaks French with an English accent. His personal photography is based almost uniquely on the use of out-of-date film and explores the physical effects of time on memory. He has a large camera collection of ‘70s rangefinders and compacts from the ‘80s and organizes the biannual photography festival Mois de a Photo-OFF.
Côme de Bouchony is an art director and designer working and living in Paris.
The studio established in 2007 offers art direction, graphic identities, editorial design, creative research and digital for print and moving image within the fields of art, culture, fashion and commerce.
He has worked as Design Director of M le Magazine du Monde.
In 2018, he founded the image making duo AB/CB.
Born in 1983, Julien Bonnin is a French photographer living in Paris and working between Paris and London
His main field of work is photoreport, starting as a freelance in Paris from 2004-2007, in the dawn of social unrest and the Presidential.
In 2008 he travelled to Palestine, working for an NGO on the field. It shaped his practice, based on the unconventional clash between traditional documentary and discursive paths of fine art or site based installations.
His work explores the codes and the physical nature of Photography as a bearer of Truth, in the scope of new technologies.It analyses the concept of Power and the tensions arising from 'signified' photographs in the midst of mass medias or digital photography.
He graduated with a Ba Photography from the London College of Communication in 2012 and an Ma in Photography from the Royal College of Art in 2016.
Recipient of the Photoworks award and New Bloomberg Contemporaries in 2012 ,he has since exhibited both in Europe and internationally.