Humbert & Poyet’s latest restaurant project: Beefbar Paris

Posted in Projects on 6 December, 2018

Humbert & poyet’s new restaurnat design project, Beefbar Paris, was launched on November 2018 in the 8th arrondissement, replacing ‘La Fermette Marbeuf’.

Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet accomplished the titanic restoration and designed the unique interior that retains the original history of the architecture. The design of the restaurant echoes the intricate forms and subtle colour schemes of a spectacular glass ceiling, walled up during World War II and discovered by chance many years later. It has been classified as a historical monument since 1983.

Beefbar Paris was designed as a traditional, comfortable and refined brasserie where the Art Nouveau (green tones, carpets loaded with patterns) and Art Deco (marble elements, etched staff wall, aged and faceted mirrors, lacquered walnut and brass fittings) contrast with the industrial-like ceiling and the black and minimal exterior woodworks.

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