CARTIER FOUNDATION 278 boulevard Raspail is an address of dreams. Mondrian resided there at the beginning of the XXth century, it is here that sat the review 'the evenings of Paris' directed by Apollinaire and known at the time in the whole world. On the ground floor on a pretty planted courtyard, this atypical place with exceptional volumes has been renovated with high quality materials, it is composed of a large double living room with a magnificent fitted kitchen, an impressive ceiling height and a cabinet of curiosities imagined by designer and curator François Kenesi, office and master bedroom with dressing room and shower room. Upstairs, two beautiful bedrooms and a bathroom. Unique place where Felice Varini has specially produced a work in tribute to Mondrian. Located between the Cartier Foundation, the Giacometti Foundation and the famous pedestrian street Daguerre, the 278 Raspail is close to the renowned École Alsacienne and a stone's throw away on foot or by bicycle from Saint Germain. The dream.