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 century.
So, when you have at least a little time at the airport, or even more so - long wainting hours – you want to relax in a comfortable chair, and not on a cold metal seat or some hard analog, it is worth a look at the restaurant I Love Paris by Guy Martin in terminal 2E, hall L of the Paris airport Charles de Gaulle. It includes the restaurant area, the Champagne bar and the fast food area such as special hamburgers.
French designer India Mahdavi in this interior demonstrated how green can turn into the color of luxury – green chairs at the tables are located in the halls with arcades. Inspired by the architecture of the Palace of cardinal Richelieu, Anne of Austria, kings Louis, etc. - Palais Royal, the designer zoned the space of Champagne bar and restaurant with arcades that are so impressive in Palais Royal, in the center of Paris. Haute cuisine is ruled by chef Guy Martin, who is also the author of the cuisine of the Parisian restaurant Le Grand Véfour.