Grenelle, Paris

Hidden in a 18th-century hotel particulier, Charles Zana’s private apartment reveals all its secrets. Coated in a sage green, every room is punctuated with objects and pieces of furniture from eras that have nothing in common. Charles Zana has always liked to intersect various periods. He has a particular taste for daring combinations. From well-known Italian designers from the post-war era to the spirit of Enlightenment, the French interior designer prefers a subtle luxury and understated lines.

Grenelle, Paris

Date

2015

Type

Residential

Area

Description

Hidden in a 18th-century hotel particulier, Charles Zana’s private apartment reveals all its secrets. Coated in a sage green, every room is punctuated with objects and pieces of furniture from eras that have nothing in common. Charles Zana has always liked to intersect various periods. He has a particular taste for daring combinations. From well-known Italian designers from the post-war era to the spirit of Enlightenment, the French interior designer prefers a subtle luxury and understated lines.

Grenelle, Paris

Date

2015

Type

Residential

Area

Description

Hidden in a 18th-century hotel particulier, Charles Zana’s private apartment reveals all its secrets. Coated in a sage green, every room is punctuated with objects and pieces of furniture from eras that have nothing in common. Charles Zana has always liked to intersect various periods. He has a particular taste for daring combinations. From well-known Italian designers from the post-war era to the spirit of Enlightenment, the French interior designer prefers a subtle luxury and understated lines.