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.
The restaurant was designed by young Chinese architect Patrick Wu, Wuji Studio. It was not for nothing that he worked in the Studio of the famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. The interior of the Rêver restaurant demonstrates aesthetic harmony, refinement and brilliant taste.
The Rêver is a restaurant of Haute cuisine. It attracts with well-designed interior space, which is spacious and comfortable. The architect used exclusively natural materials for the interior of the restaurant: white marble floors, wooden walls, furniture from Gebrüder Thonet Vienna with wooden frames and upholstered in velvety fabrics. Panoramic glass walls with a 360-degree view allow you to contemplate all the beauty of the metropolis, and the Pearl river – with a 180-degree view.
The Rêver restaurant is located on the South Bank of the Pearl river. The name "Rêver", meaning" to dream " in French, is symbolic. Its spelling is associated with the word "river" in English, and its Chinese name 玥 means "sacred pearl in the sky" with a pronunciation similar to the Chinese word 粵, an abbreviation of Canton - another name for the city of Guangzhou. The name, therefore, perfectly embodies the dream of the Rêver team: to have a celebration on the Pearl river that flows through southern China, in the first French luxury restaurant in the city.
Three famous chair models from Gebrüder Thonet Vienna: Targa, GamFratesi design, Wiener Stuhl chairs and N. 18 stools decorate this exclusive the Rêver restaurant.