Hotel Designer - Hotel Architect – Maidenberg Architecture


Joyce Hôtel

With a name inspired by the artistic gaiety which since the eighteenth century has been associated with the arts, the Joyce Hotel pays homage to the painter J-J Henner and Joyce, the model who inspired him. Owned by the Astotel group, the 44 rooms are the work of the designer and architect Philippe Maidenberg and each exudes a retro-futurist look while being eco-friendly and making use of renewable energy sources. The bed-heads are replaced by architectural drawings, the wardrobe doors covered in flannel designed by Jasper Conran for Designee’s Guild, the searing by Thonet and Lavenham is designed by Patricia Urquiola, while Fornasetti’s side tables will send you into the arms of Morpheus.