Louisélio is the name of this Second Arrondissement ceramic studio and shop, as well as the pseudonym of its owner, contemporary artist Véronique Ganem. The shop’s all-black wooden exterior looks rather mysterious with hardly a clue as to its identity, except for the ceramic bowls displayed in the gold-rimmed picture windows. Inside, the space is filled with Ganem’s one-of-a-kind glazed stoneware pieces which are decidedly earthy, but with a modern edge. The collection is comprised mostly of vases and bowls, but entire tableware sets are available, as well.
The Instituit Japonais (Japanese Institute) is located nearby, so the neighborhood is filled with some of Paris’s best Japanese restaurants, bars, and sushi spots.
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- Accessible by Public Transportation