Chzon is an international design studio founded in 2009 by Dorothee Meilichzon, a top interior designer specialized in hospitality and restaurant design projects. There’s a sophistication unique concept behind Chzon’s design firm, with a touch of Mid-Century and also a rustic vibe that is flawlessly established in every interior design project they embrace when it comes to restaurant design. Luxury Safes presents to you five modern restaurants designed by Chzon: take a look and get amazed by the imposing details!
Color, eccentric patterns, and quirky pieces are definitely a big part of Chzon’s design identity, and the creative process is an absolute wonder due to the settings the agency establishes in every interior design project. This luxury restaurant is a symbol of a Parisian style: black and white, wood moldings, cornices, wooden floors, and modern furniture pieces designed by Dorothee Meilichzon.
GRANDS BOULEVARDS RESTAURANT
This large restaurant is orchestrated by Giovanni Passerini and features a small cocktail bar. The restaurant building is set back from the street and comprises many terraces and courtyards: outdoor bar, yoga classes, vegetation, grills, and indoor spaces with contemporary interior design.
This Venitian luxury restaurant designed by Chzon is a large space with a timeless décor featuring a huge marble plinth, contemporary furniture pieces with a unique design, marvelous fabrics, and antique inspired elements with modern details of shades of white, salmon pink, bordeaux, and pale green.
Situated in Paris, the interior design of this sophisticated restaurant features hand-painted marble arches on all walls, antique wall lights, and a unique carpet design by Chzon. Fitting perfectly with a luxury lifestyle, this modern restaurant offers the most traditional French fine cuisine and gastronomy.
Located in London, this restaurant design project is a tribute to the former garden of Covent Garden. Inside this modern restaurant, there is a new glass roof with arches, organic elements like Terra-Cotta tiles handmade in France on walls, and also a stunning combination of green fabrics.
Photos and Source: Chzon