Restaurant Le 52

In a popular and ever-changing area of Paris, Vincent Eschalier transformed an old butcher and delicatessen into a raw and authentic room thanks to his careful choice of noble materials. Inside, the space was stripped back to reveal the rough brick walls and raw concrete ceiling, with the kitchen vents left visible to bring rhythm to the space, in an industrial loft style. 

The bar takes centre stage in the room, with its square form coated in oak panels. The Carrara marble countertop brings a touch of elegance whilst remaining in step with the other timeless and authentic materials. The furniture was made to measure, with square tables and leather benches lining the room.

Paris (10)
Charles Compagnon
80 seats