Hôtel Beaubrun / Paris 3

The Hôtel Beaubrun is a showcase for the renovation expertise Emerige offers its clients. The art of lifestyle meets the art of working.


The Hôtel Beaubrun is a 17th century former private mansion in the Marais district of Paris. Following an extensive refurbishment project that has retained its architectural features, the building has been given a new life by Emerige to create a statement of contemporary style interpreted through the company’s love of innovation and art.

The Hôtel Beaubrun is now its headquarters.

Home to many art galleries and the Centre Pompidou with its global reputation for contemporary creativity, this unique location in the in the Marais district of central Paris is a natural fit with the company.



Love for historic houses and the need to relocate to larger premises, Emerige took the decision to acquire the Beaubrun mansion in 2012. The roadmap for the restoration was crystal clear: to limit the extent of restructuring to return this 17th century building to its former glory.

The exterior aspects of the project were managed by a senior heritage architect, while an interior architect was commissioned to supervise the communal, reception and working areas.

The 12-month project culminated in an authentic reconstruction of the original facades and interior features (parquet flooring, fireplace mouldings, etc.) of a building that now delivers modern levels of comfort. The work of interior architect François Schmidt is perhaps most apparent in the garden floor and ground floor levels and the main staircase, where a fine balance is struck between uncompromising respect for the original architecture of the building, its history and the need to create a modern functional building. The understated and extremely high quality of the completed work makes this building a showcase for the people who work in it, and the artworks that enhance its beauty.

Project details

Address: 17-19 Rue Michel le Comte – Paris

Total floor area: 3,000 m²

Purchaser: Emerige

Occupant: Emerige

Completion: 2013