Sous les Cerisiers

Restaurant, 90m2
2009. Paris, France

Our studio gets ints inspiration from our world, from people living in it. We believe in beauty and on iterating to reach it. When we met Sakura Frank, it was obvious she was driven by that pattern as well. And it was also obvious that she deserved a narrative space that will be not only a professional tool to cook and share her talents, but also an extension of her beauty and her way to look at our world.

Sous les Cerisiers

“Sous les Cerisiers” (under the cherry trees) is an invitation to taste the delicious cooking of Sakura. This intimate restaurant in Paris is dedicated to a balanced fusion of Japanese and French gastronomy. A deep theatrical influence on the surroundings, typical in Japan and France, can be seen through the scenographic layers, costumes and shadows cast throughout the interior. A contrast of dark and light divides the room into two parts: a bright space, with the bar as a center point, is used for cooking courses during the daytime, and a dark section reinforcing the perspective, where guests are placed to enjoy a gastronomic menu at night. Moveable translucent walls separate the seating areas for privacy. Sous les Cerisiers is selected by Wallpaper magazine and published in the Wallpaper City Guide Paris edition.

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