Having resided in Paris for many years, I have of course sampled the offerings of Parisian restaurants. Yet I have also dined at restaurants the length and breadth of the country—a countless number, indeed, of Michelin-starred establishments and nameless kitchens. Some left powerful impressions ...MORE
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Beneath the vast atrium, as if in a small garden, or perhaps a forest, flowers track the changes of the seasons and enrich the environment with life. Responsible for these floral decorations is the Belgian flower artist - also known as the “flower architect” - Daniel Ost. My relationship ...MORE
The redesign of L'Osier's logo was entrusted to Masayoshi Nakajo, a designer cut from the cloth of Shiseido's own advertising department. Even after he became an independent designer Nakajo held true to Shiseido's corporate philosophy, and this has led to a long-lasting partnership between ...MORE
As L’Osier prepared for its rebirth, we employed the services of the acclaimed designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. From the remodeling of a building in Florence that was a 15th-century palace, to styles that incorporate modern forms—Rochon creates unique appearances that are perfect for the world’s ...MORE