Sur un Arbre Perché

Next to La Bourse, on the Parisian boulevard Quatre Septembre, the restaurant presents a fresh breath of air with Nordic inspirations. Wood from a 200-year old swedish barn has been unmounted and reused to create intimate spaces on different levels, like nests. A tree is placed centrally in the restaurant, spreading its leaves throughout the whole space from floor to ceiling. Swing chairs are hanging from the tree inviting guests to a playful meal for two. Sails diffuse the light and together with nest and branch lightinstallations, create a intimate setting. The Nest chair with its welcoming pillows and minimal table for 2 or 4 people was especially designed for this restaurant and are made out of wrought iron with the tabletop made out of polyethylene.

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