Love the doll-house-style crepes house!
3 rue des Ecouffes, 75004 Paris
A universe of design and pure delicacy
The inventive chocolate Creator, Georges Larnicol
Orsay reopened a whole section (Pavillon Amont) with a brand new display of 19th century masterpieces. Twenty-five years after its grand opening, the former railway station has spruced up around half of its exhibition spaces at a cost of € 20.1 million ($27.6 million).
Tokujin Yoshioka glass bench in the Impressionists Gallery
Rediscover Courbet on eggplant-colour painted walls, climb the stairs to the Impressionists Gallery, sit on one of the seven water-like glass benches designed by Tokujin Yoshioka and stop, exhausted, at the Campana Café!
a chocolate and candy season bouquet?
or the orange witch slippers?
through februray 19, 2012
a beautiful exhibit with comments both in french and in english.
Discover Paris Mansions, those that survived the massive destructions due to financial speculation and those that did not!
A must see.
American-born Calder’s monumental mobile sculpture is displayed on the Beaubourg-Centre Pompidou piazza. The sculptor, who has been working in France from 1926 on, has covered the all world with his art.
“Horizontal” stayed in Calder’s french workshop until his death, in 1976. The 6-tons Mobile is going to adorn the busy Museum Precinct for some years replacing the monumental “Pot Doré” by Jean-Pierre Raynault that now stands on the rooftop of Beaubourg next to the famous restaurant Georges.
Chris Lomon, give us a break with your parisianism! Japanese can bake excellent french baguettes too!
Where to pick a bento (a japanese lunchbox), a creamy yuzu (lemon) éclair, a green-tea tiramisu and a typical french baguette at the same time? At Aki, for sure!
More, you can sit at the terrasse and order un café noir. So French!
Well, Chris Lomon…what do you have to say about that?!
Aki Boulanger , 11 Rue Sainte-Anne – 75001 Paris, 01 42 97 54 27