Studio Noël Dominguez Architecte : La Chambre aux Confitures

The Studio Architect Christmas Dominguez, completed the interior design of shops family "The Chamber jams." Identical businesses that take advantage of different configurations and locations inspired by the luxury to offer products mouths.

With two shops in Paris, one in Lille, Strasbourg and Aix en Provence, the architect Christmas book Dominguez minimal and elegant procedure. To adapt to the geometric characteristics of each trade, the project includes an imposing piece of furniture that just curl up against the walls to correct them and become a functional and unique element. A large copper screen was erected to mark the manufacturing space. Folded, it reveals the kitchen where the jams are made. Wink at traditional jam basins material, the use of copper helps to stick to the spirit of place that blends tradition and modernity. Wink to the jam-grandmothers, shops copper parent who mingles with the wood.

On this project, the studio Christmas Dominguez says Architect:

"In the existing building, taking advantage of the irregular geometry of the premises by installing an in-between function that produces a clarified space. The unfavorable geometry of the place is corrected by a large piece of furniture that absorbs irregularities and functions. It makes a space . very readable for the public must be elegant and refined without spending too much the better. We use ordinary materials worthily implemented the furniture is from birch plywood assembled by cabinetmakers. a bespoke suit in denim. the luxury .. just thought. the design and the craftsmen do the rest. "

For more information, visit the website Architect Studio Christmas Dominguez.

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