Just a few meters from the Champs-Elysées is the restaurant Beefbar Paris. The impressive project is by Humbert & Poyet, two top architects who brought the richness of this Art Noveau Jewel to life. Keep reading to find out more about this amazing project.
Following Monaco, Hong Kong and Mexico, the partnership continues between Ricardo Giraudi, creator of the Beefbar restaurant concept in 2005, and interior architects Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet.
During the II World War, the old dining room of the Langham hotel in Paris was walled up to hide it from the Nazis, since it housed a work of art made in 1898 by the architect Emil Hurtré and painted by Jules Wielhosrki.
The respect for this masterpiece would be the pivot axis of the project, but it was mandatory to restore as it deserved, for which they brought together the best craftsmen, manufacturers of mirrors, painters, decorators, willing to give once again to that jewel the splendor of yesteryear.
This historical and aesthetic pattern inspired the studio. Accustomed to creating elegant and peculiar environments, to play the contrast between the old and the extremely contemporary, “a game of love between sobriety and eccentricity”, as they themselves claim, repainting the imposing work following the spirit of the old times, in shades of green and bronze.