Impro'Vista - Brasserie - Paris
A stone's throw from the Opera Garnier, a few miles from many theaters and concert halls, discover the Impro'Vista. Welcomed by a large shop window that spans over 15 m, the mixing of genres is obligatory: design, industrial objects, mind graffiti agree elegantly baroque touches given by a giltwood mirror, convenient mottled by the main house and a chandelier imposing signed Moooi.
Like the Italian design, the Impro'Vista under its 4m high ceiling, is distinguished by a mixture of fantasy and conceptual rigor, where the singular printed delusions chairs mingle easily with conventional chairs and other Moroso armchairs; and where raw stone and brushed stainless coexist in a very modern loft, imagined by designer François Marcireau.
Instead turned to art, the image of a traditional cuisine sometimes inventive sometimes, it becomes the mark of those who let themselves be surprised by this architectural universe "crazy".