At Hotel Particulier on Grand Street in Soho, the writing on the window states, “Enter the cafe through the art
We were extremely saddened by the news that the Hôtel Lambert in Paris was severely damaged by a fire last
Architects in 17th century Paris had a lot of constraints to work with: swampy land, oddly shaped plots and some rather demanding patrons, including Louis XIV's first lover.
A stroll through the Marais, where some of the oldest architecture in Paris coexists with boutiques and bars that pop with color against the muted limestone buildings.
Occasionally, while walking in Paris one gets a glimpse of the courtyards that lie behind the uniform facades and intimidating doors that define the streets of the city. Reid Hall, located just by the Luxembourg Gardens, is an example of a private courtyard with a mixed industrial and aristocratic history. And, because it's a school - you can visit!