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Dining in Paris always had a combination of fun and tasting, and amongst a selection of the best Paris restaurants, you might find one that your friend told you, or even a celebrity you follow on Instagram has been there! But, what are the odds of that one, has Gilles & Boissier signature in the restaurant interior design?
The talented French interior design duo, Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier, signed Hexagon restaurant decor ideas, which is led by Mathieu Pacaud, chef of three-Michelin star L’Ambroisie and son of legendary cook Bernard Pacaud.
Located in Paris, not far from the Jardins du Trocadéro, at once, you can get a cocktail bar and a gourmet restaurant, a full dining concept that was built as an original sensory journey that unfolds over 1000 square meters and two levels.
To create a restaurant interior design idea that would complement the epicurean dining experience envisioned by Mathieu Pacaud, he entrusted the interior design to Gilles & Boissier, to craft a setting that blends elegance with humor, where distinctly achieved highlighting the space in gold and bright yellow.
As mentioned on the top, the 3 zones on 2 floors, includes a 35-seat bar on the ground floor, a 20-seat gastronomic restaurant serving tasting dishes, and an 80-seat main restaurant on the lower level—each with an atmosphere suited to Hexagone’s different culinary concepts.
Smoky, black walls encasing the bar on the ground floor, for example, are punctuated with shelves housing bands of books jacketed with white and gold covers. A black-and-white marble floor in a chevron pattern offers a bit of an optical illusion.
From the bar, patrons proceed through a hidden door embedded in the bookshelves down a luminous staircase to the restaurant, an immaculate white space articulated with several alcoves. Sleek black, white, and grey leather furnishings and rich materials, like smoked oak, black granite, and white Calacatta Vagli marble, lend modern elegance and gravitas. Pops of color—saffron yellow and blood red—inject energy and wit.
Inspired by the storytelling of Lewis Carroll, the designers also enlisted French artists Alex et Marine and Victor Ash to expand the sensory experience with a fantastical flourish by “tattooing” the walls with black marker drawings that are waves of dreamlike creatures, flora, and fauna.
Now, what you said about to take the most of this finest dining experience when the time of Maison et Objet Paris 2018 (7th to 11th of September) comes?
By the way, are you a design fan? We invite you to visit one of the most curated design showrooms of the moment, visiting Covet Paris. We leave with you a video:
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