Patisserie Kanoun

Patisserie Kanoun was designed by Studio Vincent Eschalier and Diane de Kergal around the guiding vision of its owners to offer revisited and lighter versions of oriental pastries in a modern and refined place.

  • area / size 968 sqft
  • Year 2017
  • Location Paris, France,
  • In a newly built building in the heart of Paris, the Kanoun tearoom offers a relaxing place with strong identity by working with noble materials, from the ribbed Carrera marble counter to the gold engraved mirror.

    The project aimed to achieve a sober and refined interior architecture with no ostentation in the decoration, but rather a selection of high-quality materials in accordance with the requirements of the proposed kitchen.

    Between the red brick columns of a recent building, large bay windows create a calm and luminous atmosphere. On the front, the dark blue and golden brass details invite you to walk through the door hidden between two imposing curved glass panes. The kitchen is visible and open to the street to attract passers-by.

    To reinforce this identity, Studio Vincent Eschalier designed various pieces of furniture, including round tables in Corian and light concrete and a bench that follows the rounded shapes of the alcoves. The white walls of these three niches display a vegetal design in black lines by artist Boris Deltchev.

    DesignStudio Vincent Eschalier, Diane de Kergal
    Photography: Nicolas Mathéus