We’re not going to lie, we didn’t really know this discreet architecture agency yet operating from Paris, place Saint Georges in the 9th arrondissement. In fact, this duo does not seek light for themselves, but rather for the splendors it designs. In particular for one of their latest realizations on the Mexican West Coast. Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, this building designed for a film director opens in cinemascope with view on the blue immensity, where whales and turtles regularly cross paths. With a touch of nostalgia from 1950s Acapulco, which was popular among a chic and erudite jet set, Laplace wanted to recreate the perception of a vintage building while embracing the environmental concerns of our time – like bamboo replacing traditional IPN girders. The furniture sourced all around the world meet local ceramics and grandiose works of art that make this one of the most beautiful homes there is to see.