In context : A deluxe village life between Champerret and Monceau
(From : Royal Monceau Hotel). Head on Hoche avenue towards Monceau Park, but a little before reaching the park, turn right into de Courcelles street to get to stop 6.
Created in 1926 by architect Fernand Bloch for antique dealer Ching-Tsai Loo, this Chinese pagoda-like house was until September 2012 the address of the C.T.LOO & Cie gallery, named after its founder and the oldest asian art gallery in Paris (now the company only works by appointment and its address has changed).
The 600-square meter and 6-level house is now called "The Pagoda" and has transformed into the first asian cultural center in France, with the goal of recreating the luxury atmosphere of China and the Far East.