Restaurant Le 52

In a changing neighbourhood of Paris, Vincent Eschalier transforms a former butcher-caterer into a raw and authentic room, with noble materials chosen carefully. 
Inside, the spaces are undressed: bare walls that reveal brick facing and bare concrete exposed ceiling, which reveals the ventilation ducts from the kitchen, and that punctuate the room by giving it looking like an industrial loft … In the centre of the room stands the bar: square in shape, it is covered with cleats of oak. The Carrara marble top brings a touch of elegance while remaining in the register of authentic and timeless materials.

The furniture has been designed entirely to measure: square tables are arranged all around the room in front of leather banquettes.

Paris (10)
Charles Compagnon
2014
80 seats