Le Cercle Lebrun

A historic town house dedicated to events.

In the heart of the Latin Quarter, at 47 rue du Cardinal Lemoine in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, stands a Regency-style architectural gem built in the early 18th century: the Hôtel Le Brun. Charles II Le Brun, an auditor at the Court of Auditors, inherited the property of his uncle, the famous Charles Le Brun, first painter to King Louis XIV and director of the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture. Illustrious personalities such as the painter Antoine Watteau and the naturalist and steward of the King’s garden since 1739, Georges-Louis de Buffon, also lived here.

Com’in the city mission: Development of a corporate press relations campaign in France.