In the narrow Victor Cousin street, almost unsuspected, the cinéma du Panthéon. Just like the old cinemas I haven’t known, the neon sign blinks and movie posters are hung behind the windows. Inside the light is dim and the stairs lead upstairs. Each step goes to the Salon… You arrive in a chic and comfortable place, cosy and warm. Again a place where we feel like at home.
Big armchairs at ground level, coffee tables, parquet, shelves full of books, soft light, bay window overlooking a warm terrasse…
This 150 m² loft entirely decorated by Catherine Deneuve and Christian Sapet makes us want to curl up in the sofa, watching an old movie in black and white showed onto a big screen.
This place a little out of time and far from the Parisian effervescence, that we would want to be own for a few hours or a all life, is accessible to the public during the week, and privatizable for all kinds of events.
To discover for a moment of exception !
Le Salon du Panthéon
13 rue Victor Cousin, 75 005 Paris
Tél : 01 40 46 01 21
Photo : http://www.whynotproductions.fr