Interior design and décor made of fibrous plaster for the hospitality sector

Rouveure Marquez works on interior design and decoration projects for the hospitality sector, dreamt up by internationally renowned architects. Hotels and restaurants are prestigious locations, with each one offering their guests a special, one-of-a-kind experience. The world they develop around their luxury amenities lets them create moments of pure relaxation that are highly appreciated by all their visitors.

Fibrous plaster pushes the limits of creativity and allows us to produce the pieces imagined by the architects as accurately and faithfully as possible. Imitations of textures, unique shapes and forms and original ornamentation are just some of the available options for creating attractive décor for the hospitality sector.

A glimpse at our creations for three projects in the hospitality sector

Airelles Mademoiselle Hotel

à Val d’Isère (France)

Formerly known as Le Brussels, the Mademoiselle is the new jewel in the collection of Airelles Extraordinary Hotels and Houses. Its atypical architecture inspired by the Middle Ages is in no way a repetition of the usual mountain chalet design. Located at the bottom of the slopes at the Val-d’Isère ski resort, it exclusively offers a ski-in, ski-out concept surrounding by an amazing natural setting.

Hôtel Mademoiselle du groupe Airelles à Val d'Isère

Its revitalization was orchestrated by architect Christophe Tollemer, the immersive designer of two other hotels in the Airelles group: La Bastide in Gordes and Les Airelles in Courchevel. To preserve the spirit of the place and establish a chic mediaeval ambiance, no details were left to chance.

Croquis d'une des chambres par l'architecte Christophe Tollemer

Stone fireplaces, exposed beams and rough-sawn hardwood flooring are at the heart of this extraordinary renovation. Many ancient objects were tracked down to plunge the hotel back into its long-ago history. The Guerlain Spa feels like it was hollowed out of the mountainside and features a swimming pool that was directly inspired by a mediaeval wash houses.

Croquis du Spa Guerlain réalisé par l'architecte Christophe Tollemer

Contribution from Rouveure Marquez

The teams at Rouveure Marquez are especially proud to have participated in the reconstruction of this iconic location with its mediaeval, mountain spirit. They created faux wood beams made of fibrous plaster that are right at home inside the Guerlain Spa.

Four Seasons Hotel

Megève (France)

In 1920, Baroness Noémie de Rothschild chose the village of Megève to build a French ski resort that could rival the one at Saint-Moritz. There, she built the Palace des Neiges hotel, which was replaced in 1970 by Les Chalets du Mont d’Arbois, built by the Edmond de Rothschild Heritage group. This Four Seasons Hotel is a collaboration between the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts group and the Edmond de Rothschild Heritage group.

Hôtel Four Seasons à Megève

This new location is based on the architectural style of old Alpine sheep barns. We owe this fabulous new hotel in the heart of Mont Arbois to architect Bruno Legrand. Ariane de Rothschild and Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts have a clear penchant for elegance and attention to detail. And so, it was only natural that the interior decoration was entrusted to Pierre-Yves Rochon, who revisited the architectural conventions of authentic mountain chalets to design contemporary décor with a warm atmosphere.

The hotel boasts a contemporary spa featuring clean lines. It is considered to be the biggest hotel spa in all of the French Alps. In line with an Art Deco style, the spa is decorated with white marble in a nod to the mountain snow, and its pool extends outdoors so guests can revel in the splendour of the location whilst tending to their well-being.

Spa de l'hôtel Four Seasons avec plafonds et colonnes en staff

Contribution from Rouveure Marquez

The teams at Rouveure Marquez are proud to have put their expertise to work in creating decorative elements for the hotel spa. Undulating walls plus columns and ceilings likewise made of fibrous plaster put the perfect finishing touches on the décor in this glorious space.

Double 7 Café / restaurant

Dardilly (France)

Nouveau restaurant Double 7 à Dardilly
Décoration intérieure du nouveau restaurant Double 7 à Dardilly par Rouveure Marquez et Jérémy Rochet

Stéphanie and Fabrice Masson are an energetic duo who have managed to make the most of nearby business districts andlocal companies. Their concept was built on the idea of creating friendly spaces within economically dynamic areas.

They opened their first restaurant in 2016, in the Lyon Part-Dieu business district, to give people a comfortable spot serving up a lounge atmosphere and bistronomic cuisine, where guests could come together for lunch or happy hour.

With that same notion in mind, the couple launched their second restaurant in 2020, this time in Dardilly, close to the Techlid industrial sector. They invite diners to come and taste home-style cuisine surrounded by décor that is both contemporary and cosy, as designed by Jérémy Rochet. The interior architect of the Double 7 at Part-Dieu was entrusted with decorating the new restaurant with an eye to maintaining aesthetic continuity between the venues.

Cylindre en staff avec éclairage pour le restaurant Double 7 à Dardilly

Contribution from Rouveure Marquez

The teams at Rouveure Marquez tailor-made two cylinders out of fibrous plaster, to be installed in the middle of the room like giant lampshades. The whiteness of the fibrous plaster and the colour of the lighting really bring out the blue in the décor, producing an invitingly intimate ambiance.

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