Yeeels restaurant by Rodolphe Parente & Benjamin Liatoud, Paris – France

September 17th, 2015 by retail design blog

In a new kind of style in Paris, the 400 sqm restaurant Yeeels, located avenue George V, offers a singular place with contrasted atmospheres on two floors. The main street lounges evoke an institutional and classical revisited style, when the bar and the downstair restaurant suggest the sophisticated and glamour Parisian nights. These two floors are articulated around a magistral stair composed by shiny brass giant folding-screens and a impressive lighting as a jewel. A collaboration with Benjamin Liatoud.

Designed by Rodolphe Parente & Benjamin Liatoud
Credits : Olivier Amsellem

http://www.rodolpheparente.com

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