The Ritz Hotel in Paris, located on the famous Place Vendôme, had its building and gardens renovated with a spirit of conservation and historical respect of the place. The Governor’s garden, recently acquired, becomes the new focal point where nature is omnipresent thanks to the walls covered with climbing plants and the plantation of hanging gardens. Most of the plants change with the seasons thanks to the choice of foliages and colours. A remarkable work of lattice confers the garden the image of conservation of French heritage.


This work received in November 2017:
Le Grand Prix Architecture, Paysage & Patrimoine, le Geste de Bronze.

Architects: Thierry Despont, Atelier Cos
Creation: Les Jardins de Gally, Tricotel