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On the Right Bank, a design store owner moves into a new pied-à-terre.

One could say that the area around Parc Monceau in Paris’ 8th Arrondissement is swanky, but that would rather miss the point: The neighborhood is quintessentially Parisian. The park itself is a delightful oasis of 19th-century splendor and the surrounding streets and boulevards have a serenely moneyed air. It is here that affable Parisian Emmanuel De Bayser has just completed renovations on a spacious, light-filled apartment. He makes an animated host. “I’ve been working on this apartment for a

  • Words:
    David Plaisant
  • Photography:
    Greg Cox
  • Styling:
    Sven Alberding

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  • Words:
    David Plaisant
  • Photography:
    Greg Cox
  • Styling:
    Sven Alberding
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