Renovation for a historical restaurant located in Paris in one of the most famous street Montparnasse . The restaurant named La Couple.It was founded in 1927 during the Roaring Twenties and jazz age , so the concept for mostly about art deco , the luxury ,glamorous, elegant style you can feel it in the space. specially with the music and the dance stage will take you to these Old Gold art deco days
La couple is an adaptive reuse project that demonstrates the benefits of revitalizing an old restaurant that holds a historical significance in one of Paris's vibrant neighborhoods.
It is inspired by history and structure of earth, natural stones variation with different shapes and colors. The restaurant was a charcoal and lumber store. In 1927 the owner of the restaurant changed it to a luxury restaurant. The resaurant located in one of the most romantic neighborhoods in Paris. Famous singers and musicians from the jazz age visited the restaurant.
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