Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Les Cloches, Paris, by José Lévy

Paris-based designer José Lévy has unveiled images of one of his latest projects, the interiors of Les Cloches, a neighbourhood brasserie in the French capital’s neighbourhood of Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

Lévy conceived Les Cloches to be eye-catching from the street level. To this end, passers-by are drawn to the venue and its interiors by a black canopy framed by neon lights while on the door the logo for Les Cloches (three wine glasses which cross stems) evokes a coat-of-arms. Once inside, the gaze is drawn to a gilded ceiling and to the way light is reflected on the arches. On the floor, a pattern of black and white rays capture the attention.

Photographs by Mathieu Salvaing, courtesy of José Lévy

1 comment:

  1. maybe it happens only on the photo, but my taste there are too many things going on. But I do really like the mirror idea, and the neon installation outside. Better stick to one idea and make it the one and main feature


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