Inspiring Artistic Places To Visit In Paris – Get inspired by the history and natural beauty of the following art landmarks in Paris, France. If you are in Paris for Maison et Objet 2019, then you must book a visit to these stunning places!
Paris is one of the great art capitals of the world, which means there are many artistic and historic landmarks where you can discover and enjoy art. Here is our top 7 artistic places to visit in Paris:
The Covet Group Showroom features two highly curated floors with the most cutting-edge furniture and lighting designs, from three renowned luxury brands DelightFULL or BRABBU. In the showroom, you’ll find a series of astonishing design sets, including a bedroom, which was created to inspire the best interior design projects
As one of the main capital cities of Europe, Paris has a lot to see in terms of monuments. This is one of the oldest and most attractive cities in the world, Paris has to offer a whole array of historical buildings you should visit, like the iconic The Eiffel Tower or de sublime Palace of Versailles.
FONDATION LOUIS VUITTON
The Louis Vuitton Foundation was a 143 million dollars investment that resulted in a bespoke art museum in Paris, opened since October 2014. This art museum and cultural center, sponsored by the LVMH group, it’s also a nonprofit entity that has the mission to promote art and culture according to the LVMH values. The modern building was designed by the renowned architect, Frank Gehry, and is adjacent to the Jardin d’Acclimatation in the Bois de Boulogne of the 16th arrondissement of Paris. In 2017, over 1 400,000 people visited the Louis Vuitton Foundation.
This once was a project of a French governmental organization that supports regional contemporary art collection for the public’s benefit, called FRAC Île-de-Franc. This exhibition space is focused on the dissemination of contemporary art, with a particular emphasis on outreach and education. It hosts four annual exhibitions that normally features new works created by younger artists and highlighting the latest acquisitions by the organization. We can say it is an excellent place to discover promising artists from the beautiful city of Paris.
Wanted by Napoleon in 1806, this historic monument was inaugurated in 1836 by the French king, Louis-Philippe, and was dedicated to the armies of the Revolution and the Empire. The famous Unknown Soldier was buried at the base of the arch in 1921. Designed by the architect Jean-François Chalgrin this bespoke masterpiece was inspired by the Roman Arch of Titus in a single arch. In the design, the architect went beyond it by exceptional dimensions (about 50 m high, 45 m long and 22 m wide) and abandoning columns. Until today, the flame of remembrance is rekindled every day at 18:30.
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The Rodin Museum is one of the iconic art places in the French capital, however, the amazing gardens that are surrounding the eighteenth-century mansion are the real art lover’s treat. With more than three hectares of land, you will see not only Rodin’s masterpieces like The Gates of Hell and the iconic Thinker, but also a rose garden, meandering paths, and grassy expanses in which to relax and enjoy the sculptor’s former home. This can be accessed separately for only 2€.
Created on February 2013, by Marion, Mathieu, and Guillaume, this design lab is characterized by two core business segments: the development of an architectural or interior design project; and personalized advice when buying furniture, lighting or accessories in their Paris showroom. Located in an old abbey at 10 rue cassette, in this place unique showroom you’ll be helped by their decoration experts in all of the different ways that you can imagine so that you leave the showroom fully enlighted and with a completely satisfactory experience.
This is probably one of the most iconic and popular artistic places in Paris. The Louvre Museum is the largest art museum in the world and features over 38,000 objects, from prehistory to the 21st century displayed in an area of 72,735 square meters. The museum is located in the Louvre Palace, originally built as a fortress in the late 12th to 13th centuries under the command of the French king, Philip II. The remains of the fortress are visible in the basement of the museum.
This iconic Parisian cathedral is one of the oldest Gothic cathedrals in France. Originally built in 1163, it is dedicated to Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ. Located in Paris square, on the small Parisian island, Île de la Cité, this incredible cathedral is surrounded by the waters of the River Seine. The interior plant is shaped like a Latin cross. It has a vaulted ceiling that rests in majestic arches that rise until almost 10 meters of height.