|||||A vortex-like steel and timber staircase dominates the brasserie|Philippe David’s glowing mural tells the story of the hotel’s equine past|A vortex-like steel and timber staircase dominates the brasserie|Hefty exposed beams make the rooms monumental and rustic at the same time||
14 May 2014

Hôtel Les Haras by Paris-based Agence Jouin Manku

Words by Helen Parton

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