Austrian designer Robert Stadler has designed Corso, a new restaurant on Avenue Trudaine in Paris.
We just have these three photos for now, more to come soon.
Photographs by Marc Domage.
Here's a short bit of text from Stadler:
Design of the restaurant avenue Trudaine, Paris
Despite being a Costes restaurant, Corso doesn’t have a total designed look. The previously existing bistrot-like spirit was preserved and is now contrasting with some radically different and contemporary elements.
The main object expressing this singular cohabitation is the coral colored, resin lacquered bar which is composed of several counter pieces melted into each other. Some other elements seemingly coming from the same bar are projected into the rest of the space.
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