Pedro Manuel Araujo and Michael Oliveira Win the AC-CA Competition

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Aug 23, 2014 • References: & designboom
When it comes to champagne bars, the first thing that comes to mind is high class and amazing quality. Architects Pedro Manuel Araujo and Michael Oliveira put forth both of these qualities with their submission into the AC-CA architecture competition, which won them the grand prize.

The design is intended for location beside the Seine in Paris, as this also adds an air of luxury and sophistication to the building. Moreover it is elevated quite high up, ensuring that views are not obstructed. The style takes on a palace-like feel with inspiration from the beaux-arts design of many older royal structures. In essence, the place is fit for a king, and exudes all aspects of class and grandeur.

Hopefully the design will come to fruition soon.

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