Paris by tomadesaulieu.com
Thomas, who, from time to time is there to greet you at HotelHome Paris 16, ensuring the quality of your stay, is also a "character" who strolls around Paris to bring you unedited views of our beautiful capital! Go wander around his site: tomadesaulieu.com to visit Paris with him!
After having worked a substantial amount of time in hotels and in communication, he chose to walk around and to share his view of the places and people that surround him. Through the art of his photography, he establishes an unedited vision of the perspectives and details that make it so that each place and living being is constantly different, in continual evolution, and in the midst of fitting into an excessively volatile, mobile, and changing environment.
Passionate about architecture and automobiles, Thomas currently succeeds to unit these two subjects, and certain of his photos reveal astonishing alliances between the two.
Thomas de Saulieu is also very attracted to vegetal spaces, parks, and deserts!
He will exhibit select photos June 5th, 6th, and 7th, 2015 in the Gardens of la Muette (les Jardins de la Muette 02600-Largny sur Automne) during the "Meeting in the Gardens" (Rendez-vous aux Jardins). He will also do an exhibition September 19th and 20th, 2015 during the "Heritage Days' (Journées du Patrimoine).
Within the park of this property (which is located only 75 kilometers outside of Paris), Thomas de Saulieu's collection of photos inspire an extraordinary stroll through the discovery of old Parisian places, and of architectural perspectives which blend with the parks' paths and with the parks' immense and ancient rock quarry. The pictures of certain Parisian buildings will be attached to the outer wall, and others will be hanging in the trees, encouraging an amazing path to discover an unedited Paris in the middle of Picardie!
What a magical perspective to share and to savor whilst peacefully, serenely, and joyously taking a stroll!
Discovering Paris in the heart of Picardie corresponds naturally with the retained themes for the national events which are: "Meeting in the Gardens 2015," the garden stroll and the "Heritage Days": the heritage of the 21st century, a history of the future.
By bringing a new perspective through the use of classical and contemporary architecture and their integration in a protected environment with historical monuments, this exhibit provides the occasion for an awareness of the architectural and urban quality for which the Department of Culture and Communication is responsible, fusing the entire park with history.