The Maison Belle Epoque
The Maison Belle Epoque: a unique venue bringing together the greatest names in Art Nouveau – an experience not to be missed.
Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Adélaïde Jouët lived there, but today it is far more than a mere home. Since 1990 it has been transformed into a delightful guest house, thanks to the work of Pierre Ernst, the current President and Director of Perrier-Jouët, the Maison Belle Epoque is an experience not to be missed, a journey into the beauty and poetry of Art Nouveau. It took no fewer than eight years to acquire and restore the furniture and the objects which adorn and decorate the place.
A place in which enchantment reigns, with over 200 works and unique pieces by the greatest names in Art Nouveau, from Majorelle and Guimard to Lalique and Rodin. One of the largest private collections of the Art Nouveau movement, offering an experience out of time. The setting, which is now to open its doors in an exceptional gesture is a true initiation to beauty.