Projet : interior restaurant project
Lieux: Levallois Perret, 92300
Surface : 92m² shon
images courtesy Benjamin Boccas
The two materials cover all surfaces: ground, walls and ceiling, thus creating a dialogue between the two components à priori opposed by nature. However, each respects an area and demarcates one for client use and one for preparation and service. Nonetheless, Paul Coudamy wanted to treat Staron as a modifiable material. Thus, he created a random pattern that spreads along the geometrical furniture with the help of differently sized points housing backlighting and thus giving some life to the material.
The premises were treated as a self-contained box based on two main materials: lightly bleached oak and Staron resin. This resin is a composite material high in mineral content that gives it a finish closely resembling polished and uniform marble and that reflects a feeling of cleanliness,
rigour and therefore confidence regarding the products sold