Art Nouveau uberness

Art Nouveau uberness
Art Nouveau uberness

Art Nouveau uberness

Whoever has visited Paris during fashion week has certainly passed by Fermette Marbeuf, the beautiful and heavily decorated Art Nouveau restaurant on 5, Rue Marbeuf, just a few steps away from the Champs-Elysées. When it shut its doors for good, its fascinatingly stylish room in the purest Art Nouveau style, that was in fact registered as a Historical Monument since 1983, was left heavily damaged: sectioned arches, pilasters, friezes and missing enameled ceramic panels.

Art Nouveau uberness

The need for restoration lead to the creation of a completely new hot spot: Architects Humbert & Poyet gathered the best artisans, like mirror manufacturers, painters, decorators, and created Beefbar Paris. The talented duo simply continued the adventure that began in 2005 between them and restaurant creator Ricardo Giraudi in Monaco, Hong Kong, and Mexico. After our very own Beefbar in Mykonos at Agios Ioannis, another Beefbar is on its way in Athens, now with the signature of the terrific duo.

 

The imposing atrium of the place, that had already been the subject of so much adoration by its visitors, is an Art Nouveau jewel made in 1898 by the architect Emil Hurtré and painted by Jules Wielhorski. It was the former dining room of the Lamgham Hotel. Totally abandoned and walled during World War II to be hidden from the Nazis, the artwork was discovered in 1983 and registered as Historical Monument. Adorned with vegetal and symbolist patterns, in the hands of Humbert & Poyet it has regained its former glory.

 

Repainted according to the old times’ spirit, in shades of green and bronze, the chic and quirky atmosphere of Beefbar Paris, the contrast between old and extremely contemporary, a love affair between sobriety and eccentricity makes it a great spot for stylish fashionistas that come to this refined brasserie for a nibble or a glass and an amazing insta-opportunity. Who said that Art Deco belongs in the past? Just look at the patterns at Etro, for the next season!

www.beefbar.com

www.humbertpoyet.com

Art Nouveau uberness

Art Nouveau uberness

Whoever has visited Paris during fashion week has certainly passed by Fermette Marbeuf, the beautiful and heavily decorated Art Nouveau restaurant on 5, Rue Marbeuf, just a few steps away from the Champs-Elysées. When it shut its doors for good, its fascinatingly stylish room in the purest Art Nouveau style, that was in fact registered as a Historical Monument since 1983, was left heavily damaged: sectioned arches, pilasters, friezes and missing enameled ceramic panels.The need for restoration lead to the creation of a completely new hot spot: Architects Humbert & Poyet gathered the best artisans, like mirror manufacturers, painters, decorators, and created Beefbar Paris. The talented duo simply continued the adventure that began in 2005 between them and restaurant creator Ricardo Giraudi in Monaco, Hong Kong, and Mexico. After our very own Beefbar in Mykonos at Agios Ioannis, another Beefbar is on its way in Athens, now with the signature of the terrific duo.

Art Nouveau uberness

The imposing atrium of the place, that had already been the subject of so much adoration by its visitors, is an Art Nouveau jewel made in 1898 by the architect Emil Hurtré and painted by Jules Wielhorski. It was the former dining room of the Lamgham Hotel. Totally abandoned and walled during World War II to be hidden from the Nazis, the artwork was discovered in 1983 and registered as Historical Monument. Adorned with vegetal and symbolist patterns, in the hands of Humbert & Poyet it has regained its former glory.Repainted according to the old times’ spirit, in shades of green and bronze, the chic and quirky atmosphere of Beefbar Paris, the contrast between old and extremely contemporary, a love affair between sobriety and eccentricity makes it a great spot for stylish fashionistas that come to this refined brasserie for a nibble or a glass and an amazing insta-opportunity. Who said that Art Deco belongs in the past? Just look at the patterns at Etro, for the next season!

Art Nouveau uberness

Art Nouveau uberness

Whoever has visited Paris during fashion week has certainly passed by Fermette Marbeuf, the beautiful and heavily decorated Art Nouveau restaurant on 5, Rue Marbeuf, just a few steps away from the Champs-Elysées. When it shut its doors for good, its fascinatingly stylish room in the purest Art Nouveau style, that was in fact registered as a Historical Monument since 1983, was left heavily damaged: sectioned arches, pilasters, friezes and missing enameled ceramic panels.The need for restoration lead to the creation of a completely new hot spot: Architects Humbert & Poyet gathered the best artisans, like mirror manufacturers, painters, decorators, and created Beefbar Paris. The talented duo simply continued the adventure that began in 2005 between them and restaurant creator Ricardo Giraudi in Monaco, Hong Kong, and Mexico. After our very own Beefbar in Mykonos at Agios Ioannis, another Beefbar is on its way in Athens, now with the signature of the terrific duo.

Art Nouveau uberness

The imposing atrium of the place, that had already been the subject of so much adoration by its visitors, is an Art Nouveau jewel made in 1898 by the architect Emil Hurtré and painted by Jules Wielhorski. It was the former dining room of the Lamgham Hotel. Totally abandoned and walled during World War II to be hidden from the Nazis, the artwork was discovered in 1983 and registered as Historical Monument. Adorned with vegetal and symbolist patterns, in the hands of Humbert & Poyet it has regained its former glory.Repainted according to the old times’ spirit, in shades of green and bronze, the chic and quirky atmosphere of Beefbar Paris, the contrast between old and extremely contemporary, a love affair between sobriety and eccentricity makes it a great spot for stylish fashionistas that come to this refined brasserie for a nibble or a glass and an amazing insta-opportunity. Who said that Art Deco belongs in the past? Just look at the patterns at Etro, for the next season!

www.beefbar.com  www.humbertpoyet.com