altreforme presents A Moveable Feast, Paris in the Twenties collection, marvellous collection of accessories and pieces of furniture designed by Elena Cutolo, dedicated to the city of Paris, where the designer has lived intensely for over four years and where she has found, from the bouquinistes at the quays of the Seine, Paris est une fête, the French edition of A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, diary of the novelist’s age in Paris, but most of all evidence of a unique artistic and cultural existence
FESTA MOBILE POTS, a moveable feast, Paris in the Twenties collection
Pots collection dedicated to the places attended by Ernst Hemingway in the Paris of the Twenties.
On request possibility to customize the pots with other RAL colours
Pot tribute to café and restaurant Les Deux-Magots Café, 6 Place Saint-Germain des Prés, 75006 Paris.
Hot chocolate à l’ancienne was much popular among surrealists
Pot tribute to café and restaurant Le Dôme Café, 108 Boulevard du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris.
Ernest Hemingway met painter Pascin here, who reproached him for not falling in love with the typewriter.
Pot tribute to brasserie La Rotonde, 105 Boulevard du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris.
Many photos witness Picasso painting in this Café de la Rotonde
Pot tribute to Brasserie Lipp, 151 Boulevard Saint Germain 75006 Paris.
In Festa Mobile Ernest Hemingway orders here distingué (1 liter beer) and pommes à l’huile, his favorite dish
LA CLOSERIE DES LILAS
Pot tribute to Brasserie La Closerie des Lilas,171 Boulevard du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris.
Ernest Hemingway often drank cold beer and composed his novels at the terrace of the Closerie des Lilas, keeping company with Marshal Ney’s statue
Pot tribute to brasserie La Cupole, 102 Boulevard du Montparnasse, 75014 Paris.
In Festa Mobile the old barman Bob describes Joséphine Baker with her baby cheetah-girl Chiquita and its diamond collar at the spectacular opening of this Deco-style local in 1927