Royal Studs: Jouin Manku Renovates Former Louis XV Farm

Part of Les Haras Strasbourg, where Jouin Manku designed both Brasserie les Haras and the Hôtel les Haras, the former features a freestanding enclosure covered with saddle leather. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

Constructed for Louis XV, the building surrounds a courtyard. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

The brasserie’s staircase swirls upward from the kitchen and lounge to the main dining room. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

In the hotel lobby, behind one of Patrick Jouin’s own sofas, a mural by Philippe David layers elements in serigraphed steel and glass. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

Another David mural backs the hotel reception desk. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

Waxed beech strips, a blackened-steel stringer and handrail, a low-iron glass balustrade, and oiled oak treads compose the staircase. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

Former royal stables house the brasserie. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

Jouin’s chairs accompany the dining room’s banquettes covered in cotton or leather. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

The enclosure can seat 24 for private events. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

Blackened zinc wraps the brasserie kitchen. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

Oak tops the blackened stainless-steel bar in the lounge. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

Its cordless table lamps are lacquered. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

A suite’s desk and stools are custom. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

So are all headboards. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

Bathrooms feature custom sinks in solid-surfacing with custom fittings and trim in brushed brass. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Hélène Hilaire.

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