Paul Fraillon Imagines a High-Class Establishment Along the Seine

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Aug 8, 2014 • References: designboom
Architect Paul Fraillon has imagined a high-class champagne establishment along the Seine river in Paris that's sure to attract a specific type of clientele. He used the vineyards of the area where champagne comes from in France as a source of inspiration.

According to Pail Fraillon, "the goal of the project was to honor the champagne land, which is less known by people in general," as stated on DesignBoom. Many people forget that true champagne only comes from France, so the architect hopes to draw more attention to this fact with the development of a champagne bar. The bar takes on the rolling hill aesthetic usually found in vineyards of the area, which works well with the winding flow of the Seine flowing through nearby.

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