The famous chef Alain Ducasse struck again. Located in the heart of the gardens of the Quai Branly museum (7ème arrondissement), the Café Jacques is being revamped at its request. This concrete building by Jean Nouvel at the beginning of the 2000 years is now adorned with a new decor: an elegant and contemporary interior design designed by Volume ABC.

Close to the Quai Branly museum is a discreet building. Largely glazed, the building erected by Jean Nouvel opens onto a semi-open terrace overlooking the vast gardens. At night, the luminous installation L'O imagined by the visual artist Yann Kersalé illuminates the facade of the café with a thousand colorful reflections. Surprising.

Under the leadership of Alain Ducasse in recent years, the restaurant changes its face to become a place to reflect the creative editorial line championed by the aesthetic chef. The Café Jacques now combines a kitchen full of naturalness with a sleek contemporary decor, all in front of a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower.

Privileging a refined interior, the French agency of interior design and design Volume ABC plays the card of sobriety. An immaculate raw concrete with golden touches, white marble tables and beige leather seats, one enters a bright glass case with a cozy atmosphere. An ideal stop to eat between two exhibitions.

An elegant decoration of simplicity that celebrates the good eating and living well so dear to Ducasse.

To learn more, visit the website of the agency Volume ABC

Photographs: SCAB Design / DR

Léa Pagnier

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