▼项目概览，general view ©Studio Pim
“The view had to be a bonus, not the project itself. Which is why the double sided-bar has the best spot in terms of view. Having it in prime position means there’s a more egalitarian structure to the restaurant, making every guest happy to be at their table rather than envious of the group sitting further up”, says Perrine Velge. She adds “I think you can really feel this when you enter the space, every table has something cool about it.” There’s the giant rounded booths with plants, the long banquette in the centre with the bespoke Le Manach fabric, the tables looking over the open kitchen, and of course, the perch at the bar looking out onto the river. “I would sit on any table and be happy with it”, says the Interior Designer.
▼室外绿植，outdoor plants ©Studio Pim
▼开放露台，open terrace ©Studio Pim
▼靠墙座位区，seating area by the wall ©Studio Pim
▼临海座位区，seaside seating area ©Studio Pim
▼半室外座位区，semi-outdoor seating area ©Studio Pim
▼吧台：陶土砖与大理石对比 ©Studio Pim
bar: contrast between terracotta tiles and marble
▼餐厅座位区，indoor seating area ©Studio Pim
▼定制长沙发一角，corner of custom banquette ©Studio Pim
▼圆滑的拱门，voluptuous arches ©Studio Pim
▼木板的直线条，straight lines of the wood paneling ©Studio Pim
Studio Pim has achieved an easy comfort throughout Javá, which is egalitarian rather than hierarchical. However, there are little tensions everywhere in the materials that spur curiosity and draw you, such as voluptuous arches that balance out with the straight lines of the wood paneling, orange tiles compliment the endless blue skies, and ridged terracotta tiles contrast with silky smooth marble bar tops. “It’s those contrasts that provide a sense of serenity without being boring. It’s only because these materials exist next to each other that you are allowed to take in their materiality and the essence of each. It allows the space to be fun and refined at the same time. It calms you and draws you in. And I believe it’s that sweet spot, between calmness and excitement, where we can be happy”.
▼沙发细部，details ©Studio Pim
▼瓷砖细部，details ©Studio Pim