Restaurant L'Atelier by Marc Meurin
Louvre-Lens Museum, Paris, France
The Louvre in Lens has always been obvious for the two-star chef Marc Meurin. A native of Lens, when it came to opening the museum's restaurant, he did not hesitate, wishing to join this renewal project of the city.
The chef was looking for a furniture-service as design as functional. From its exchanges with USM was born a furniture accessible by its four sides, extremely practical for the service.
Visually, its well-presented structure and its bold yellow color show an aesthetic bias that personalizes the space. It is the ideal combination of form and function.
Also featuring a bright yellow finish, small roll-on trolleys complete the device, drawing attention without compromising the restaurant's quiet atmosphere.
Photographer : Christophe Glaudel
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