Patrick Norguet Has Designed The Interior Of The Newly Opened OKKO Hotel In Porte de Versailles

Architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte together with interior architect Patrick Norguet of Studio Norguet Design, have completed the recently opened OKKO Hotel in Porte de Versailles, France.

Photography by Jerome Galland

 

Architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte together with interior architect Patrick Norguet of Studio Norguet Design, have completed the recently opened OKKO Hotel in Porte de Versailles, France.

 

Let’s take a look around…

Architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte together with interior architect Patrick Norguet of Studio Norguet Design, have completed the recently opened OKKO Hotel in Porte de Versailles, France.

Photography by Jerome Galland

Inside the hotel and in the lobby, bright colors and comfortable seating is surrounded by light-weight floor-to-ceiling curtains, while a pop of color draws your eye upwards to the ceiling.


Inside this modern French hotel and in the lobby, bright colors and comfortable seating is surrounded by light-weight floor-to-ceiling curtains, while a pop of color draws your eye upwards to the ceiling.

Photography by Jerome Galland

There’s also a small work area set up with two computers, while a bookshelf provides a backdrop and separates the work area from another sitting areas.


In this modern hotel, a small work area has been set up with two computers, while a bookshelf provides a backdrop and separates the work area from another sitting areas.

Photography by Jerome Galland

The hotel also has an area set up for dining. Long bench seating sits back to back to create two rows of dining tables and chairs.


This modern hotel has an area set up for dining. Long bench seating sits back to back to create two rows of dining tables and chairs.

Photography by Jerome Galland

A more casual dining area is separated from the formal dining area by a sheer curtain.


In this modern hotel, a more casual dining area is separated from the formal dining area by a sheer curtain.

Photography by Jerome Galland

There’s also a breakfast area off to the side of the casual dining area.


This modern hotel has a bright breakfast area with white marble walls.

Photography by Jerome Galland

The hotel gym has a simple interior with bold colored walls and strips of lighting in the ceiling.


This modern hotel gym has a simple interior with bold colored walls and strips of lighting in the ceiling.

Photography by Jerome Galland

In the hotel rooms, light weight curtains make another appearance. This time, they hide the bathroom from the sleeping area.


In this modern hotel room, light weight curtains hide the bathroom from the sleeping area.

Photography by Jerome Galland

Here’s a look at another one of the guest rooms. A simple artistic wallpaper creates an accent wall behind the bed and adds to the neutral and sophisticated color palette of the room.


In this modern hotel room, a simple artistic wallpaper creates an accent wall behind the bed and adds to the neutral and sophisticated color palette of the room.

Photography by Jerome Galland

Curtains are also used in the rooms to hide a closet area.


Curtains are used in this modern hotel room to hide a closet area.

Photography by Jerome Galland

Featured in the rooms are also wall mounted desks, ideal for when you need to get some work done when travelling.


This modern hotel room features a wall mounted desk, ideal for when you need to get some work done when travelling.

Photography by Jerome Galland | Promoter: Bouygues Immobilier | Investor: ADM Group

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