jaime hayon: le sergent recruteur restaurant, paris jaime hayon: le sergent recruteur restaurant, paris
nov 25, 2012

jaime hayon: le sergent recruteur restaurant, paris

jaime hayon: le sergent recruteur restaurant, paris

 

 

 

jaime hayon has designed the interior of ‘le sergent recruteur‘, a restaurant located on île saint-louis on the river seine in the heart of paris. the rustic nature of the historic building has been transformed into a modern restaurant interior, which still manages to maintain the warmth and characteristics of the original space.

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant parisa warm wooden staircase guides diners down into the underground formal dining area

 

 

an underlit wooden staircase leads guests down into the private dining area whose arched ceilings are suggestive of a cellar. this underground space accommodates ten diners and features a mirror in the shape of a knight – which speaks to the name of the restuarant – and is illuminated by a large chandelier which the spanish designer has conceived himself. behind closed cabinets with glass window inserts cured meats such as prosciutto, and selection of wines are on display.

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant paris

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant paristhe main dining area features white stone walls and marble floors which act as a neutral backdrop to the gold and greet accents of the furniture installed

 

 

the eatery’s main floor has a brasserie feel made casual and elegant through the use of a neutral backdrop of white stone walls and marble floors, accented by jewel tone green upholstery and drapery, and gold lighting elements. the robust chairs, benches and tables match the  bar shelving units and mirror components found throughout, all featuring rounded corner details which give an overall soft and playful impression. the main dining room is separated from the bar area via honeycomb patterned panels which even when closed offers views between the separate areas, keeping the interior open.

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant parisgreen and gold elements give a feeling of luxury to the rustic space

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant paristhe robust furniture elements feature rounded corners which offer an overall playful feel

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant parisgeneral view of the main dining area which exudes a brasserie feel

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant parishexagon-shaped panels divide the dining and bar area

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant paristhe bar features marble table tops with chamfered edges

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant paris

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant parisgeneral view of the bar

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant parisartwork which adorns the walls is courtesy of hayon

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant paristhe private dining room seats 10 diners at a chef’s table that is illuminated by a chandelier designed by hayon

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant pariscabinets with glass inserts showcase wines as well as cured meats

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant parishayon’s artwork such as a chess piece from the designer’s ‘the tournament’ installation decorate the space

 

jaime hayon le sergent recruteur restaurant parisexterior of the shop

 

  • very like his works.. jaime hayon!

  • It looks quite nice

    Planika says:
  • ILIKEITILIKEITILIKEITJAMIEHAYONSONEOFTHEBESTDESIGNERSOUTTHEREVERYORIGINALHASHISOWNSTYLE

    G. C. BROWN says:
  • Jaime has created a very warm invitingly attractive space. Will the food enhance the experience?

    Kenneth Smythe says:
  • I like seeing restaurants, but I’d like to see inside the kitchen, too.

  • kitchen is too good

    Muhammad Hasan says:
  • Visited in November. Perfect. And, yes, you can see the kitchen.

    Jennifer Stebner says:

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