• Restaurant I Love Paris by Guy Martin, Paris, airport Charles de Gaulle, photo © Derek Hudson courtesy of India Mahdavi

    I Love Paris by Guy Martin designed by India Mahdavi

    French architect and interior designer India Mahdavi has created the interior of Michelin restaurant I Love Paris by Guy Martin in Paris airport Charles de Gaulle for those who have the opportunity and want to feel like a human being, wishing a humane comfort at the airport. Not the formal comfort of airlines’ clubs those are even and not always convenient to get in, but the space which is comfortable to relax and eat. In addition to fine cuisine and comfort, a tired voyager can strive here for a real harmony of beautiful interior, made in a modern elegant style, reminiscent of the Beautiful era – Belle epoque of the late XIX - early XX

  • Restaurant Rêver, design Patrick Wu, Wuji Studio, Guangzhou, China

    Pearl restaurant Rêver by Wuji Studio

    The pearl-mirrored sky-ceilings of the French restaurant Rêver in Guangzhou symbolize the eternal dynamics and fluidity of the Pearl river. Curved mirrors give the feeling of no borders and comfortable infinity above your head.

  • Olivo restaurant, designed by Pierluigi Piu, London, photos courtesy Lithea

    Stone tapestries of Olivo restaurant in London

    How possible is it to turn a glamour cafe into a fashionable design restaurant?! One way is to decorate the walls with stone slabs - bas-reliefs from Italian architect Pierluigi Piu and the masters of the Lithea factory. Laconic, harmonious, and effective way!