Victor Hugo

By Regis Botta


Régis Botta has created a restful, soft atmosphere in this beautiful apartment on Avenue Victor Hugo. Beige tones that become sunny thanks to the rays of light reflected through the large windows.

Ozone lit the entire apartment with the Parisienne collection designed by Régis Botta. The Opéra chandelier illuminates the living room, while the Concorde pendant light graces the dining room. The Saint-Germain table lamp irradiates the console table, also designed by Régis.
In the kitchen, the Rivoli pendant light sparkles between the different shades of beige. And the Montmartre floor lamp blossoms beside the armchair for moments of reading and introspection.

Photo: Luc Boegly

designed by

Régis Botta

Régis Botta is a DPLG Architect from the Belleville School of Architecture. He created his office in 2011. Adept of the purity and the evidence, he geometries his spaces and considers the light like a mass to carve. The collaboration with Ozone flowed naturally. It has already produced private or public spaces such as the Mauboussin boutique or Mavrommatis restaurants. In 2016, a Regis Botta for Ozone collection is born, the Parisiennes, inspired by a nocturnal walk under the street lights of Paris.

Products used
for the project

Focus on the Opera chandelier designed by Regis Botta for Ozone.

Opéra Chandelier

Focus on the suspension lamp Vendome, part of the Parisienne Collection, designed by Regis Botta for Ozone.

Concorde Pendant Light

Focus on the Rivoli suspension designed by Regis Botta for Ozone.

Rivoli Pendant Light

Floor lamp Montmartre Parisienne Regis Botta Ozone

Montmartre Floor Lamp

Paris Saint-Germain floor lamp designed by Regis Botta for Ozone.

Saint-Germain Table Lamp