In the vast hall of this old building in the Ternes district of Paris, the generous volumes discourage the visitor from taking the stairs.
Elevator to the second floor, then.
Warm welcome by the sweet voice of Joséphine, the young assistant of the designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac.
He looks superb: the result of a few days in the mountains, in the fresh air.
In the apartment of this protean artist and entrepreneur, three rooms are dedicated to his work.
One houses archives: more than 2000 pieces, documents, drawings of all kinds.
Another room and its long oval marble table host meetings.
Finally, the last room is his museum office, in which he works for five to six hours every day.
“But my office is also the street, it’s life
,” explains the person concerned, sitting down at a large white table, rectangular this time.
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