Paris

RESERVATIONS

Located in a 17th century hôtel particulier at 16 rue Debelleyme in the heart of the Haut Marais area, OGATA is a new aesthetic created in a historical space.

1620-1626
The street known today as rue Debelleyme is created under the name rue neuve Saint-François.
1620-1643
Construction of the building.
Under the reign of Louis XIII (1601 - 1643), the development of the Maris area begins, composed of aristocratic homes endowed with architectural characteristics typical of this era.
1742
Henry-Louis Frédy, advisor to the king, becomes the first occupant.
1821
Painter Gabriel Ruineau, known as "Fontaine," makes this his home. From this point on, the building serves as accommodation to individuals.
1865
The name of the street is changed from rue neuve Saint-François to rue Debelleyme.
1948
Following the collapse of the second-floor balcony built in the 19th century, the modern architect Jean-Pierre Dacbert restores the façade.
1950
Acquired by Weber, a company specializing in hardware sales. The building undergoes major restructuring.
1964
Classified as a building within a protected area of the Marais.
2019
Opening of OGATA Paris.