Porro's expertise in the supply of bespoke furniture embellishes one of the most prestigious interventions of the current international architectural scene. The Italian brand, internationally reknowned for the accurate research on finishes and the high aesthetical and technical quality of its furnishings, has in fact been entrusted with the realization of almost all the complements designed by the French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte for the renovation of the historical Hotel Lutetia in Paris, which reopened its doors on July 12th.
Standing out in the design industry for the intrinsic ability to select, work and interpret wood, Porro provided the project with its mastery in selecting materials and essences and its meticulous care in executing even the most complex technical details, realizing the tables in various materials and sizes of The Bar Joséphine, The Orangerie, The Patio, The Saint Germain hall and the Lutetia Brasserie, opening soon.
In the 184 bedrooms and 7 suites, the various complements supplied by Porro match with the background color of the room, blue or gray.
Finally, Porro provides the radiant benches of the circular lobby, the guéridon tables and the metal consoles of the halls on the ground and upper floors and the benches and tables of the spectacular Spa.
Project data sheet
Destination: Hotel Lutetia, Paris
Client: The Set Hotels
Architectural project: W & A Wilmotte & Associés Architectes
Years of realization: 2018
Porro’s supply of custom-made accessories for the hotel’s public spaces, rooms, suites and spa.