A unique carpet adapted from the famous Braquenié embroidery “Le Rocher” for Le Conti Restaurant in Paris
Located between Etoile and Trocadéro, Le Conti restaurant was already a must adress for the amateurs of Italian gastronomy and admirers of the wooden luxurious ancient Venetian theaters. The place has made a new skin this year by addressing young French-Lebanon interior architect Bilal Deshayes.
After starting his career with Laura Gonzalez, famous figure of the current Parisian decoration world, Bilal opens his studio in 2016 and successfully achieves several interiors of Parisian restaurants, all accomplished with the same care on crafts details and a taste for classicism, respectful of History, elegant and timeless.
The Le Conti restaurant is the same. Bilal Deshayes has respect the original identity of the warm and intimate place which, according to him, “already owned a true soul“.
Faithful to this spirit and to the desire of refreshing the place without distorting it, the decorator sought to highlight the classicism of the restaurant by assembling more neutral contemporary elements to traditional ones. The woods are lacquered in black, walls are painted with an emperor red and, true signature, the decorator calls on La Maison Pierre Frey for the design of a made-to-measure carpet covering the entire floor of the place.
Thanks to the advices of La Maison Pierre Frey’s experts, the iconic Braquenié embroidery “Le Rocher” has been chosen for being transposed in the carpet’s pattern. The result is splendid and testifies the talent of Pierre Frey’s carpet design Studio to transpose drawings and techniques in convincing pieces.
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