A very difficult question, because I really love them all. If I really have to name one, then I'd have to say Margaret Hôtel Chouleur Nîmes, in the south of France. When I visit a place, I like all the details (visible and hidden), the assumed personality, a certain melancholy (not too much), the contradictions, the unity, the lighting effects, the surprise and everything that comes from the past.
Let's Go My Love can draw inspiration from many sources, including digital, film, books and music. In digital, I like interfaces that leave room for content, without obstructing it at all costs. In terms of cinema, a film like American Beauty inspires me a great deal for its highly mastered aesthetic. I'd also mention The Queen's Gambit series. What about a book? Undoubtedly The Secret History, which literally transports me. Ah, that country house in the middle of the book! A piece of music? I'd say Orelsan, because he's so disarmingly spontaneous. And I don't know if this is an inspiration, but when I'm working on Let's Go My Love, I often put on ABC Lounge radio, which helps me concentrate. In fact, it's a great playlist to listen to if you're going on a getaway together!