A classic French brasserie with a contemporary Asian twist, located in a former industrial area in Zürich. Stylt used world-famous literature and lots of love when creating this sensual restaurant for Four Points by Sheraton. The ambition was to unite French and Asian influences and create an exciting mix that could affect the culinary direction as well as the interior design. Located in a neighborhood that used to house a former paper mill, producing fine paper for book printing, the cultural aspect was also taken into consideration.
My role as interior designer and project manager consisted of implementing the concept, site visits, client presentations, coordination with architects and consultants in Germany, space planning, FF&E selection, custom furniture detailing and coordination, custom wall covering and window treatments, lighting concept and specifications, procurement of props and books, and final styling of the bar, lobby, restaurant and VIP room.
This was my first foray into international design and the metric system.
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