Posts Tagged ‘architecture’

An apartment view of Paris

In Praise of Paris

Recently I was lucky enough to find myself in a position most 18- or 19-year-old girls dream of. My best friend and I spent two weeks of summer in Paris, writing articles for this fabulous website. Before I go any further, I must tell all girls out there, no matter what age, that you must visit youthful Paris before you die. If my dramatic declaration isn’t enough to persuade you, then hopefully by the end of this article you’ll understand the urgency of my previous statement.

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Paris Luxury: A Special Peek behind the Scenes

No one does style better than Paris luxury brands. This year, for the first time ever, 25 key players in that market will welcome visitors into their workshops, private mansions and family vineyards. They are calling the occasion Les Journées Particulières and describe it as “a voyage through the most emblematic and inspiring sites of luxury.” It will be a very special, totally French tribute to this autumn’s theme—le voyage—of the Journées du Patrimoine.

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The Arab World Institute, in Paris, is hosting a mobile art pavilion by Zaha Hadid

Paris Art in the Shape of Chanel

Born in Baghdad and based in London, Zaha Hadid is the rock star of architects. As flamboyant in her dress as in her buildings, she makes fluid, sculptural works famous for setting new standards. With her Mobile Art pavilion now open to the public, even Paris art snobs have to admit Hadid is hot. After all, a visit to this new gallery space is one-of-a-kind.

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