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Sophie Jacqmin designs three kids clubs for French hotels

by Cheryl Lau on Aug 25, 2016 in Products
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All images by Francis Amiand

All images by Francis Amiand

Sophie Jacqmin - interior designer, architect and judge at Perspective’s A&D Trophy Awards 2016 - has recently completed a selection of Kids Clubs

In association with Barriere Group, the designer has created spaces for three French hotels, namely: Hotel Le Majestic in Cannes, Hotel Les Neiges in Courchevel and Hotel Le Normandy in Deauville which has recently been renovated with the new addition.

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The concept for the designs is based on a child's reality; how they live the best of both world's amidst dreams and fantasies. Kids are able to effortlessly join together as they meet at the kids club. Like a group of friends on holiday, kids can enjoy their stay as much as their family members on their get away.

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In hopes to stimulate more creative imaginations and stories in a child's mind, the club space features elements of humour and poetry, helping kids to break the ice, bond and settle in with ease.

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Making a breakthrough towards the conventional, Jacqmin's design provides edutainment; a balance between what is regarded as educational and enjoyable such as games and stories. A rather interactive and emotional approach to learning is much more ideal for kids in intriguing their interest to learn.

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The concept of a child's reality runs on with cinema and cartoon inspired furniture present like wardrobe trunks, flight case tool boxes, a travelling workshop table, hanging tin lamps, artist's trailer and a huge carpet in the format of a story board. All of these details encourage kids to have ideas come to life and bring the world of dreams to reality then share them with friends and family.

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