Превосходно отражая творческий дух нашего отеля и воздавая должное насыщенной культурной жизни французской столицы, арт-бутик La Librairie des Arts предлагает посетителям около 700 различных книг, выпущенных ограниченными сериями и изданных в необычных форматах, а также оригинальные авторские работы художников и скульпторов. Коллекции бутика регулярно обновляются.
график С понедельника по пятницу: с 10:00 до 19:00
Суббота и воскресенье: с 11:30 до 19:00
Handcrafted in Korea, this floating whale-shaped decorative object is made of red pine, leather, walnut and brass. Adapting to the wind, it will decorate your interiors with elegance and originality.
Nahnda Gorae – Sang Yong Lee’s work (LGI Studio) Exclusively at the Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris Made in Seoul by hand Mobile in red pine, leather, walnut and brass 25 x 25 x 38 cm (435 €)
Blue Pink by Go Segawa
The artist was born in 1970 in Saitama, Japan, today he lives and works in Paris. Since 1999, Go Segawa has been creating sculptures that mix drawing and volume.
N°25/50 7.5×7.5×7.5 cm 208 euros (Sold with its removable plexiglass base)
Raynaud x Le Royal Monceau Cup collection
Le Royal Monceau has once again teamed up with French porcelain manufacturer Raynaud to create two limited edition of the Parisian hotel’s iconic reflecting cups. The “trophy” cup features a majestic deer on a red or green tartan pattern. The second design, called “Muybridge”, was inspired by the inventor of motion picture and shows the sequences of a running cat and horse. Price: 215€ for two coffee cups, 240€ for two tea cups.
"Trunk red" book sculpture
This unique hand folded paper Crizu sculpture made out of ancient books is a pure act of creativity, an object that inspires peace of mind and harmony!
Hand folded book sculpture, “Trunk Red” by Crizu, Unique piece, made in Italy 560 euros
Pop-up exhibition - The drawings of David Shrigley
The Scottish artist exhibits about fifteen of his cartoons in the concept store of The Arts Bookstore! Former illustrator for The Independent and The Guardian, David Shrigley is now one of the most famous contemporary artists. His universe, both childish and cynical, has made it known all over the world!
Until April 30th, 2018 at the Librairie des Arts 2500 euros for all drawings They are unique, signed by the artist and sold framed