15 August 2012 by Luke McCormick
The Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris has unveiled a new penthouse suite design by Pierre-Yves Rochon.
Designed as a Parisian pied-à-terre, it features 360-degree views of Paris and six outdoor terraces.
Pierre-Yves Rochon designed the penthouse in response to question, "Imagine you are a wealthy businessperson who bought a luxury space on the 8th floor of the George V. How would you like it designed and turned into an elegant and contemporary apartment offering the most stunning views of the City of Light?"
"The aim was to redefine the idea of a hotel suite by creating a refined and inviting apartment," explains general manager Christopher Norton.
"Inside, we created warm, inviting and friendly spaces on a human scale, to recreate the feel of a cozy Parisian apartment."