Galerie Bourbon

79 Av. Marceau, 75116 Paris, France
   Capacity: 400

Book the Bourbon Gallery, a sumptuous Private Mansion decorated by Axel Huynh

A neo-classical nugget reinvented

The neo-classicalPrivate Mansion Bourbon Gallery was built in 1860 for the Bourbon family of Spain. This treasure of classical architecture with gilded moldings and ceilings painted with gold leaf surprises both by its history and by the beauty of venues.

The sublime volumes of the four different spaces are harmonized around a decor imagined by the designer and decorator AXEL HUYNH who revisits the classic style with a resolutely contemporary spirit.

From the entrance, a private Parisian garden, from which emanates the sweet scent of jasmine, mingles with the softness of powdered roses that welcome you in a poetic way with a customizable plant wall.

A unique decorum to enhance your BtoB meetings

The lobby, a real living space, is built around an impressive marble fireplace and a library of art books. A luminous and warm space offers a black and white decor inspired by the OP'ART style, "Bauhaus" sofas and armchairs in neutral colors and a seventies look make up this real "Cosy Cocoon" to feel at home.

The central gallery is inspired by the spirit of a Parisian fashion house, reminiscent of the splendor of a fashion show in a Parisian salon. On the ceiling, sublime bohemian crystal chandeliers highlight frescoes with nymphs and cherubs in a "pre-raphaelite" style, soaring with lightness.

The sensory journey of the place is an invitation to travel in a nod to its history, it is here that Pierre-Georges Latécoère created the airmail "Transcontinental" linking France and Europe to West Africa and South America.

In the center of the main galleries stands a smoking bar inspired by the spirit of an eclectic nomadic gentlemen's club. A hushed atmosphere where upholstered Chesterfields, tobacco-colored woodwork, trunks and old maps express in unison the idea of freedom-loving travel dear to Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, the illustrious occupant of this place steeped in history, inspiring the philosopher to write his iconic novel "The Little Prince".

The centerpiece of this Private Mansion, two sumptuous and perfectly proportioned ceremonial rooms offer modular spaces bathed in light.

Configurations and capacities of the Bourbon Gallery

Spaces available to hire
Standing
Theatre
Dinner
U-shaped room
Class
The Bourbon Gallery (320 m²)
300 
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120 
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Lobby (67m²)
50 
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Gallery (93m²)
100 
100 
70 
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Lobby + Gallery (160m²)
150 
100 
70 
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Etoile (57 m² - 591 sq ft - )
60 
50 
60 
25 
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Library (55 m²)
60 
50 
60 
25 
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Star + library (112 m²)
120 
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120 
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Map of the Bourbon Gallery

Information and prices

Quote on request

Catering : Kaspia Réceptions

Founded in Paris in 1927, Caviar Kaspia is the house that has contributed to the rise of the "caviar culture", both in France and internationally, by imposing it on all the prestigious tables.
In 1995, Kaspia Réceptions launched its event catering business, selecting the best products to be enjoyed simply, without transformation, and preserving the pleasure of authentic flavors.
Kaspia Receptions is inspired daily by this culture and delicatessen in respect of the identity of the product.

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