Chez Margot a pocket restaurant for “fresh and varied lunches” in Paris
One of the big constraints of this project was the size of the restaurant: a thirty square meters space, which needed to include the kitchen, as well as storage for all the ingredients used in the cooking. We recommended to showcase these raw products, as a way to both offer storage and communicate on the freshness of the dishes cooked at Chez Margot. From this concept resulted the choice of a kitchen that feels “just like home”.
The front was completely redesigned, steel and wood work gave it a traditional style.
Plywood pine, warm, robust, no-frills, was widely deployed in the restaurant. The hexagonal mesh, citation of the 18th century kitchens, echoed the hexagonal tiles used to coat the walls, floors, and backsplash, and inspired the work of the graphic designers.
- Interior design concept (from preliminary to final)
- Administrative procedures: submission of a declaration prior to building work regarding the facade modification
- Layouts and tender documents (Dossier de Consultation des Entreprises)
- Building site supervision
37 rue Brunel
Graphic identity by campingdesign