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Humber and Poyet, two internationally acclaimed interior architects, designed the impressive interiors of a restaurant in Paris: a suite of Art Nouveau and Art Deco rooms, that used to house the classic brasserie: La Fermette Marbeuf.
Restoring and transforming the interiors, the restaurant quickly became one of the city’s luxurious design destinations, a beautiful contemporary design that appreciates and accentuates the original features, fabrics and styles of the building to create an unforgettable dining experience.
Built-in 1898 as Lamgham Hotel, the structure is an excellent example of the Art Nouveau style. Many parts were required to undergo a vast restoration project to be returned to their former glory. Humbert and Poyet worked in repairing and restoring the site, choosing colours to match the original decor in shades of green and bronze.
Humbert and Poyet have selected olive green upholstery on the booth seating, pairing it with a darker teal to create a two-tone effect that runs throughout the entirety of the restaurant.
The contemporary dining seating has been upholstered in a contrasting red velour fabric with black metal frames, linking in with the gloss black dining tables with brass edging. One of the most beautiful new additions is the black and white carpet design.
Humbert and Poyet have created a design that honours the structure’s original history, respectfully connecting it to the modern-day. While not one to shy away from their design aesthetic, the studio has created a perfect visual balance of high-end luxury that effortlessly transfers over to the interior’s new use as a restaurant.
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