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Tom Dixon dramatically overhauls The Pullman Paris Centre-Bercy

by | Apr 2, 2019 | Design

A duplex suite in the freshly revamped Pullman Bercy with panoramic views of Paris

British designer Tom Dixon turns his hand to reinventing the Pullman property in Paris’ Bercy neighbourhood.

Tom Dixon has taken charge of the transformation of the Pullman Paris Centre-Bercy, turning this property into a stylish, refreshed version of its former self.

Dixon has taken the property in a new direction, one which is more contemporary, and driven by an appreciation for the arts and the guest experience.

We find out more.

Conceptual creativity

Tom Dixon has been enlisted to give the Pullman Paris Centre-Bercy a new lease of life in the form of a concept hotel where the spaces have been transformed to give guests a unique hospitality experience at every turn.

The design is idiosyncratic in nature and each space and area has its own particular identity.

This concept is communicated to the guest as soon as they enter the lobby space, which has been renamed the Junction at Pullman.

This area was conceived as a fluid, multipurpose social space, where people can gather, mingle and even conduct business meetings.

Art at the heart of Pullman Bercy

Tom Dixon draws inspiration from the artistic nature of the hotel’s location, Paris’ famed 12th arrondissement.

The Junction at Pullman morphs into LIVE. for real, a venue in the heart of the property which connects to the creative heart of the neighbourhood and fits into Accor’s portfolio of venue spaces within their properties, such as AccorHotels Arena, the City of Fashion and Design or the Cinémathèque.

The Live Corner also channels this vibrant spirit, but this time with Parisian F&B offerings which reimagine typical French patisserie and provide guests with modern services such as a grab and go kiosk.

The Box By will appeal to designer and creative types with its selection of carefully curated items, objects and gadgets for the contemporary traveller.

A space for the arts and cinematic getaways

At the Artist Playground, collections by emerging contemporary artists are switched out every three months, giving local artists a chance to showcase their work to a broad audience from all over the world.

For guests wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, they can ensconce themselves in the private cinema, a cosy 19-seat getaway which lets them create their own personal Parisian movie experience.


Let’s take a look at a few other projects currently underway in Paris:


1 Hotel Aurore T5B, Paris 


Hermitage Plaza 


Light Human Hotel Paris



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