LA MAISON EVIDENS DE BEAUTÉ
Address: 31 rue Boissière, 75116 Paris
Tel : 01 43 59 11 85
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org EviDenS de Beauté, a French-Japanese luxury cosmetics brand, perfectly embodies cutting-edge expertise from Japan and French elegance, offering Japanese cosmetics and beauty products for women and men worldwide that meet their hair and skin care needs. To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the brand opened its first Institute in France entirely devoted to enhancing the beauty of the face and hair: La Maison EviDenS de Beauté. Located in the heart of the 16th arrondissement of Paris, near the Palais de Tokyo, this unique salon, created by award-winning interior architect and designer Emmanuelle Simon, features the alliance of two worlds, Japan and France. Like the brand, the Institute pays tribute to Japan, a world of refined and sober elements, tatami mats and raku shelves. It also showcases the sublime beauty and elegance of France. This combination of Japanese-style aestheticism and French sophistication is visible in the exquisite décor created in neutral shades, natural materials, authentic parquet, wood, rough stone, rice paper and solid brass. With incredible attention to detail, this elegant spa boasts sleek architectural lines and areas that are highly contrasted, yet minimal and soothing. An intimate salon, La Maison EviDenS de Beauté is a unique haven, designed like a private home that perfectly reflects the brand’s dual cultures. This light and airy space is also adorned with sanded wood furniture, Japanese Rakù ceramics, Hainaut blue limestone, and patina metal. The textures and natural shades of these materials beautifully stand out against the pure architectural design. Sculpted from raw stone, the reception island is reminiscent of a Japanese garden. A floating bench is enhanced with rice paper panels. On either side, the Japanese ceramic and brass light fittings bring warmth to the space with their soft golden light. A skylight illuminates a driftwood tree trunk in the staircase, which invites the visitor to venture inside the arched corridor to reach the treatment areas. Various different levels offer privacy and serenity. The beauty ceremonies and rituals take place in the treatment rooms, with solid wood screens featuring subtle illuminated horizontal lines. With tatami floor coverings and a ceiling adorned with a bas-relief triptych sculpted by artist Zoltan Zsako, we are whisked away on an Oriental journey. The result of a successful collaboration between Emmanuelle Simon and Charles-Edouard Barthes, La Maison EviDenS de Beauté embodies a realm of unique and delicate sensations.
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