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Decorative Arts Museum, Paris
(4.1/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Transparent façades and the use of identical materials for both the interiors and the exteriors mark the architecture of Decorative Arts Museum. Decorative Arts Museum is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Paris Edition.
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  • The heart of the target, the decorative styles of our homes through the centuries, is treated fairly well, even if the quality of the parts tends to fall from 1930. But Jean Nouvel expo has no place here and implementation is an unforgettable mockery even if I knew to appreciate her furniture. Two other exhibitions were as far from the target (M.Tallon and how to dress through the ages) but were better implemented - but they did not deserve their place in a Museum of decorative arts. If the Museum of decorative arts does not have enough works to show us, that they are changing their name to better stick to their current activities - for example: "Random design museum"!
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  • Very nice temporary exhibition on the Bauhaus: an intelligent and didactic explanation of this artistic movement pioneer and utopian, beheaded by the rise of Nazism. The suite of integrated expo Tallon, impressive designate industrialist had all drawn, oil can Elf through the TV and to the TGV. Icing on the cake, Jean Nouvel built into the furniture of the middle ages to the 18TH, it is simply very very beautiful...
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  • I'm a little bit hard as to the 'average' note, because it is in this rich, attractive, interesting collections Museum... But it is sad. In addition, temporary exhibitions are can be the cause, but it is difficult to find, to follow the logical thread of the permanent collections. About expos, I enjoyed the (temporary) about Roger Tallon. I discovered a designer associated with the daily life of a part of my life. (I'm 69). Finally, last point, like many museums in France the price is a little bit excessive.
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  • This venue hosts some amazing exhibits worth taking a look at when in Paris. Positioned at the far end of the Louvre palace (towards the gardens) you'll find an assortment of interesting and inspiration shows. Most recently went to see the Barbie exhibit-and what a show, do whatever you can to get yourself a ticket, it's not something you're going to forget in a hurry. You'll also find a spectacular fashion exhibition as well as rooms filled with some exquisite jewellery from centuries ago, furniture and sculpture. So many people say it, and that's because it's so true, this is definitely one of the best museums in Paris.
  • Truly underrated and oft-missed. Exceptional and marvelous pieces across multiple eras. The exhibitions are of an incredible standard. Paris has a lot of incredible museums, but this is probably one of my personal favourites.
  • Beautiful chairs, sculpture, furniture, and overall decoration on normal objects. The Roger Tallon exhibit is a wonderful recent history of utilitarian design.
  • Large museum so lots of walking. Great if you are into interior design!
  • I went there by the time they had the barbie-themed exhibition. It was a great experience and I was ablet o learn quite a bit of barbie's history and changes throughout the time. Also, it's included in the Paris Pass and I didn't know it. That's even better!