Bistrot Chez ta Mère by Rodéo Basilic, Nantes – France

March 19th, 2015 by retail design blog

Chez ta Mère” is a small local “bistrot” which has been kind of forgotten by the neighbourhood. Its new owners called on Rodéo Basilic agency in order to redesign the space based on ideas such as a “family spirit”, “mom’s kitchen” and a neighbourhood “get together” place: the result is a very bright and fresh identity, with its dashes of poplar and copper. The spot swings between an old fashioned spirit – with flea market chairs or family portrait photos on its walls – and contemporary materials. The ultimate aim was to give back a visibility from outside while keeping a cosy and friendly atmosphere inside.

Design: Rodéo Basilic
Photography: Germain Herriau

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