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Beaumarly A Parisian Art De Vivre

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"A café is a little piece of urban planning, a town with streets, a square,views down the avenues, traffic patterns. And onto this miniature urbanist project we graft a theater set in which the customers are the performers. We have to stage the scene."
- Thierry Costes

Icons of the Parisian lifestyle, Beaumarly establishments encompass more than twenty ultra-stylish cafés, hotels, nightclubs, and restaurants dotted around the mythical City of Light, from the heart of the Louvre to the rooftop of the Centre Pompidou, from Saint-Germain-des-Prés to the Golden Triangle, from Pigalleto the Bastille. Created by Thierry and Gilbert Costes, who over thirty years have been transforming the way Parisians experience their city, Beaumarly properties include Café Marly, Café Beaubourg, HôtelAmour, Brasserie Thoumieux, and Club Matignon.

Each distinctive Beaumarly venue offers a journey for the senses born of close collaborations with the biggest names in architecture, art, and design, such as Christian de Portzamparc, India Mahdavi, and Jacques Garcia, among many others, not to mention acclaimed chefs including Thierry Burlot and Sylvestre Wahid. Celebrated for their unique ambiance and atmosphere, each star in the Beaumarly galaxy exemplifies a true Parisian art de vivre.

- Text By Gilbert & Thierry Costes, under the editorial direction of Yan Céh, foreword by Frédéric Beigbeder
- 9 x 13 in – 23 x 33 cm
- 188 pages
- 230 illustrations
- Hardcover




Number of Pages 188