This restaurant used to be an actual train station and the main dining hall has been designed around the old train tracks and platforms which have been kept in tact. It’s a very nostalgic place to dine and the space extends out onto a large terrace if you feel like dining al fresco.
le restaurant… has eighteenth century wallpaper of Casa Zuber framed in black Marquinia, large bronze mirrors and marble panels/pillars which creates a beautiful vintage neo-colonial-style space.
After five years of construction and renovation of this small railway station in the 16th district of Paris, a feminine touch was required for the décor. Enter Laura Gonzalez, an accomplished 30-year old architect, with already over 300 projects completed.
le café... Artists painted tropical images to create a winter garden. Marble calacatta oro, velvet blue and lush greens create a warm inviting atmosphere.
la terrasse… lovely black and white décor in the conservatory.
Source: Tempodadelicadeza and La Gare