An initial diagnostic phase made it possible to retrace the historical presence of living spaces and their evolutions, but also to make an inventory of the elements of heritage-interest whose recovery seemed essential to us.
Along with the restoration, we also carried out a major project of restructuring and development in order to revive the Eisenhower Residence in the spirit of a family home.
Sarah Chatillon, whose training at the École du Louvre and experience in contemporary art galleries have forged a singular and spontaneous eye, was in charge of advising on decoration, art purchases and furniture. Her intervention was a real customized work, guiding the choices of the owners whose wish was to find the personal familiar and intimate atmosphere of a private house rather than that of a hotel or standardized palace.
In all the rooms of the Eisenhower Residence, contemporary pieces are mixed with 20th century furniture from auction houses, classic pieces of furniture found in antique shops, family furniture, reissues, as well as new creations by young designers.