Building located at 246 boulevard Saint-Germain, in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, the hotel Roquelaure is now listed as a Historical Monument. Built in the early eighteenth century to house the Marshal Roquelaure who gave it its name, this former mansion now hosts the ministerial cabinet of the Ministry of ecological transition and solidarity.
Designed by architect Pierre Cailleteau, its interior decorations express the elegance of 18th century style. From the entrance, you can admire a vestibule decorated with trophies and children's figures. In the former parade chamber, as well as in the small salon, one can notably appreciate paintings by Charles Natoire.