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La Maison Evidens de Beauté | An Exquisite Spa by Emmanuelle Simon


Following on from my post about beautiful arches yesterday, I'm excited to share more inspiration with this stunning project by architect Emmanuelle Simon. An exquisite spa in Paris, it was created by French-Japanese brand Evidens de Beauté in celebration of their 10th Anniversary.

Refined and elegant with incredible attention to detail, the spa features a calming, muted palette and mix of textural elements. These include the central island carved from Hainaut blue stone, shelves in sanded wood and patinated metal, rice paper panels and Japanese ceramic Rakú furniture and wall sconces. Combined with the purity of the architectural lines, the spaces are strikingly contrasted yet minimal and soothing.

Emmanuelle Simon began her career working under renowned French architect Pierre Yovanovitch. Formative years that allowed her to work on prestigious projects around the world, she founded her agency in 2017. Winning the Toulon Design Parade Public Prize with her installation La Chambre sur l'eau, she presented at Rakù-Yaki's bar-cabinet to Revelations at the Grand Palais, whose collection she is currently developing. Also working on several private apartments in Paris and Val d'Isère, Emmanuelle designs her projects with a global vision, from the architecture right through to every object. Known for her use of raw materials and references to Art Deco style and wabi-sabi philosophy, these are certainly evident in Spa Evidens. With custom-made furniture and lighting featuring in all of her projects, the beautiful wall lamps that feature throughout Spa Evidens are from Emmanuelle's Rakù-Yaki Collection

Providing the ultimate tranquil experience, the spa features cabins with tatami mats, solid wood screens and an ethereal ceiling carved by artist Zoltan Zsako. With two cabins dedicated to facials and specialist hair care, the different areas are distributed along a splendid archway leading to a staircase with a raw trunk of driftwood. 

Design by Emmanuelle Simon / photography by Benoit Linero and Damien de Medeiros

An exceptionally beautiful space in every way, La Maison Evidens de Beauté is located at 31, rue Boissière 75016 Paris

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© Images courtesy of Emmanuelle Simon Press

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  1. Even though its a minimal interior, the detailing is incredible! Great post and thanks for sharing x

    Millie x



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