Pop-Up Café for the magazine Milk Decoration at Maison & Objet, September 2018
Inspired by architecture from the Netherlands and Belgium, interior architect and product designer Valeriane Lazard has envisioned a space as a minimalist retreat inside the Maison& Objet fair for French Magazine Milk Decoration.
Space has a focus on natural material, the thatch is applied to embrace the structure of the restaurant, and the bundles of reeds encompass the area.
It has a genuine aesthetic and contrast, among raw and treated material.
The flat roof of the café is inspired by Japanese building and enlarge the space. Large tables proffer a sense of family dining and encourage visitors to meet each other. Space has a warm minimalist atmosphere by selection of light pieces of furniture and materials such as the plaster applied to the partitions.
Valeriane Lazard has attached a gallery to the café where she has curated work from Design Academy Eindhoven alumni.
The brut and minimalist pieces are all from noble materials and contrast with the bundles of reeds which delimit the location. It offers a fine scenography to the spectator.
Thanks to :
KABE Copenhagen for its high-quality Pale Beach pre-dyed plaster (kabecopenhagen.dk); Bolon for the textile feel flooring Sisal Plain Sand (bolon.com); UNILIN for the coloured MDF (unilin.com); EasyRiet for the thatch panels (easyriet.nl); Bolia for the Swing dining chairs by Henrik S. Thomsen and the Yacht tables by Glismand & Rüdiger (bolia.com); &Tradition for the Little Petra lounge chair by Viggo Boesen (andtradition.com); Luceplan for the Counterbalance lamps by Daniel Rybakken (luceplan.com); Sammode Studio for the Kyhn lamps by Dominique Perrault & Gaëlle Lauriot-Prévost (studio.sammode.com); Maison Vervloet for the René Collection door handles by Jean-François D'Or (vervloet.com); Numero 74 for the aprons (numero74.com); and last but not least Maison & Objet(maison-objet.com).
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