17 ene 2014

Eclectic Restaurant

I am so proud to share with U the latest project that I did working at Tom Dixon, Design Research Studio. With this project we tried to bring as much as architectural elements as possible to the space. Inspired by the architecture from Lecorbusier and the British brutalisim from which Tom is so fan about. Two concrete boxes are stick onto the space: one as the main entrance and the second as a private dining are. Following the brand feature of working with brass an over 10 meters long brass wall with an hexagonal shape, that is the theme and concept of the space which originally was supposed to be called Le Modulor.

The new Eclectic restaurant by Tom Dixon opened its doors in Paris this month. Fabienne and Philippe Amzalak, the duo behind many great names of Parisian restoration including Le bon and Ma Cocotte, asked the designer's Design Research Studio to create cosy and vibrant interiors. Eclectic thus mixes British eccentricity with Parisian chic in a tribute to the exuberant 1970s. Concrete and gold brass are warmed up with thick rugs, and the huge central chandelier dominates the room with its 124 metallic shades.

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