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Architect and designer Jean-Philippe Nuel lends the “Les Cures Marines” hotel a touch of striking elegance with furniture by Ligne Roset.
6/26/2017
Gently Transformation: Architect and designer Jean-Philippe Nuel has transformed the neo-Classicist building into a 5-star hotel.
Gently Transformation: Architect and designer Jean-Philippe Nuel has transformed the neo-Classicist building into a 5-star hotel.
© Ligne Roset
Gently Transformation: Architect and designer Jean-Philippe Nuel has transformed the neo-Classicist building into a 5-star hotel.

Once it was a popular destination for the upper class, and even writers such as Marcel Proust sought inspiration here: The casino in French seaside resort Trouville-sur-Mer was one of the largest in Europe back in 1900, and boasted an exclusive position on the beach promenade into the bargain. Gambling is no longer on offer in the marvelous building, but it is a sheer joy to overnight or dine here, as architect and designer Jean-Philipe Nuel has transformed the neo-Classicist building into a 5-star hotel. For the interior of the hotel with its splendidly resounding name “Les Cures Marines”, Nuel chose elegant furniture courtesy of Ligne Roset. Nuel himself has already designed products for the French family-owned company, such as the decidedly comfortable and enticing “Luca Soft” armchair, which with its soft curves is to be found in the hotel’s bar, in blue, brown and grey, subtly referencing the colors of the coastline. The “Luca Soft” is duly accompanied by smoothly rounded “Thot” walnut side-tables designed by Pierre Paulin.
 
For the hotel rooms, Jean-Philippe Nuel selected furniture with restrained lines. Such as the “Guggen” chair which André Kikoski originally designed for the restaurant in the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Together with the “Do Not Disturb” sofa beds by Ligne Roset and “Roseau” ceramic vases by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, the chair with its chromed steel column-leg cuts a fine modern figure. “I wanted to give the building back its soul,” is how Nuel explains his choice of furniture, and adds: “And to raise the curtain and give a glimpse of its history, too.” The hotel’s very neighborhood is exclusive, as new French President Macron owns a summer house in Trouville. (am)

Elegant entrée: With the furnishing of the hotel "Les Cures Marines" the designer Jean-Philipe Nuel puts on the elegant furniture of Ligne Roset.
Elegant entrée: For the interior of the hotel “Les Cures Marines”, Nuel chose elegant furniture courtesy of Ligne Roset.
© Ligne Roset
Elegant entrée: For the interior of the hotel “Les Cures Marines”, Nuel chose elegant furniture courtesy of Ligne Roset.
Good company: The “Luca Soft” is duly accompanied by smoothly rounded “Thot” walnut side-tables designed by Pierre Paulin.
Good company: The “Luca Soft” is duly accompanied by smoothly rounded “Thot” walnut side-tables designed by Pierre Paulin.
© Ligne Roset
Good company: The “Luca Soft” is duly accompanied by smoothly rounded “Thot” walnut side-tables designed by Pierre Paulin.
Gently curved: The armchair „Luca Soft“ by Ligne Roset in blue, brown and grey, subtly referencing the colors of the coastline.
Gently curved: The armchair "Luca Soft" by Ligne Roset in blue, brown and grey, subtly referencing the colors of the coastline.
© Ligne Roset
Gently curved: The armchair "Luca Soft" by Ligne Roset in blue, brown and grey, subtly referencing the colors of the coastline.
Comfortable retreat: With the cozy "Lucasoft" armchairs, the evenings in the hotel bar are all the more enjoyable.
Comfortable retreat: With the cozy "Luca Soft" armchairs, the evenings in the hotel bar are all the more enjoyable.
© Ligne Roset
Comfortable retreat: With the cozy "Luca Soft" armchairs, the evenings in the hotel bar are all the more enjoyable.
Discreet interior: Jean-Philippe Nuel chose for the rooms of the hotel decent furniture, such as the chair "Guggen" by André Kikoski.
Discreet interior: Jean-Philippe Nuel chose for the rooms of the hotel decent furniture, such as the chair "Guggen" by André Kikoski.
© Ligne Roset
Discreet interior: Jean-Philippe Nuel chose for the rooms of the hotel decent furniture, such as the chair "Guggen" by André Kikoski.

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