Le Moulin: Architect-Designed Accommodations in Provence

” In Lourmarin, Provence, sits Le Moulin, an old mill changed into a hotel and town store. Sitting opposite the chateau, it is a location to fulfill individuals and remain the night, an area for residents and you.”

So checks out the site of Le Moulin, accommodations changed by the designers Marine Delaloy and Paula Alvarez de Toleda of the company Jaune and the style group at Saint-Lazare We’re captivated of every information: the plaster walls and sisal floorings; dashes of Provençal ochre all over, on shiny tiled tabletops and basic sink skirts (fitting for a company whose name actually implies “yellow”); and packages of dried flowers. Take a look around.

Photography by Gaëlle Tronquit through Le Moulin.

make like camus, once a resident of lourmarin, and have a pastis en plain air.  14
Above: Make like Camus, as soon as a homeowner of Lourmarin, and have a pastis en plain air. (His pseudonym, according to the hotel’s website, was Mr. Balcony.)

of the design perspective, the hotel writes: “there is no nostalgia 15
Above: Of the style viewpoint, the hotel composes: “There is no fond memories, however rather a deliberate sobriety, a method of directing the look to the town.” In Le Dining establishment du Moulin, simple woven carpets combine with a significant arched ceiling.

an asymmetrical window offers views of the garden. the woven chairs are by fren 16
Above: An unbalanced window provides views of the garden. The woven chairs are by French business Midi

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