Hotel Rosalie encourages nature to “reclaim its rightful place in the urban landscape”

French interior designer Marion Mailaender has worked with hotelier Joris Bruneel to create a hotel in Paris informed by overgrown and abandoned buildings.

Conceived as a hidden oasis in the city, Hotel Rosalie is set in a courtyard behind a tall iron gate on a tree-lined street in the 13th arrondissement.

Marion Mailaender has designed nature-informed interiors for Hotel Rosalie

Greenery is incorporated into every aspect of Mailaender‘s design for the 60-room hotel, including a plant-filled terrace and a hidden roof garden.

Parisian urban gardening collective Merci Raymond was brought on board by Bruneel to make the hotel’s outdoor spaces seem “overgrown” and help nature “reclaim its rightful place in

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