Studio MHNA is an interior and product design company, the mission of which is to create a signature French style, adaptable and recognizable. The admirable French interior design style is especially seen in the company’s restaurant interior design projects. Take a look at these top restaurant design projects by Studio MHNA!
Marc Hertrich & Nicolas Adnet set up the Restaurant des Chefs on more than 1000 sq.mt. Fascinated by all the professions that make up the hotel industry, Studio MHNA is struck by the similarities between the latter and the world of entertainment. These two universes have the same objectives: to offer unique moments, dream atmosphere, souvenir factories, wellness bubbles… They require an incredible range of know-how. This is acted out either behind the scenes or on stage, so that the miracle happens at every moment. Hospitality design is a show to which Studio MHNA pays tribute in this scenography.
Le Belvédère is a contemporary restaurant that we wanted very warm. It offers a capacity of 200 place settings indoors and 200 place settings on the terrace. At the owner’s request and in collaboration with L’Agence Tanguy, the architecture and interior volumes were designed with generosity and theatricality. Its immense glazed façade offers in perspective the terrace, the lake and surroundings and its charming marina. The whole is designed in steps in order to offer the most beautiful view to each guest. The nests on the mezzanine are small private lounges. Brushed natural oak, blackened wood, patinated copper, enamelled lava, polished stone, oversized photos reflect the surrounding nature…
Located a stone’s throw from the Arc de Triomphe, Caïus restaurant now offers a new sensory experience where décor and cuisine are in unison. Like a common thread, the culinary inspirations of chef Jean-Marc Notelet, known as one of the initiators of authentic and inventive Parisian bistronomy, guided Studio MHNA in its choice of atmospheres, materials… The spices have become colours! Everywhere the classic woodwork decor has been “turned upside down”. Painted in a pewter grey shade, the panels were combined with white brick walls and industrial-style glass walls.
CUP Cuisine Urbaine Parisienne
CUP is the air of Paris. That of the markets, Les Halles, a space of exchange, discovery and melting pot. Inspired by the iconic architecture of typical Parisian places, it evokes this multicultural spirit, elegant and charming of the City of Light… without forgetting its gastronomy which, under the leadership of chef Gilles Choukroun transcends all boundaries while assuming its side of traditional brasserie.
Brasserie du Louvre
Beautifully located between the Louvre, the Comédie Française, and the Council of State, this brasserie soaks in a typical Parisian atmosphere. The frescos on the ceiling, all gilded, are a wink to the near Louvre Museum. The black woodworks and mirrors bring elegance to the whole decor, and carry this place out of time.
A warehouse on the outskirts of Reims served as the framework for this project. Taking its inspiration from the cuisine of the south of France, the setting had to make use of the grandeur of the space whilst creating more intimate areas. Large display cabinets in which blue pottery picked up from places all around the Mediterranean are utilized as screens and as an invitation to travel…
Transformed twice by The Studio, this old station used to link the Bois de Boulogne to Paris. Designed at first in a very « loft » spirit, the project has been re-visited around ten years later in order to create a new warmer and friendly atmosphere. A bar on the ground floor leads to a wide staircase which allows the visitor to discover the old quays and the huge dining-room below.
Bar Link et Restaurant Goh
Thought in close collaboration with Antoine Westermann, our approach consisted in translating the nobility of the products, the seasonal cuisine, and the local touch. In this unique region, the Alsatian “stub” has been re-visited in a contemporary and very warm version. The sheathed leathers, wooden veneering, fuchsia and wormwood green velvets give this cosy decor a real freshness.
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