When tasked with launching an outpost for Beefbar concept Beeftro in the Esch-sur-Alzette community of Luxembourg, Monte Carlo-based Humbert & Poyet sought to create a modern restaurant interior design steakhouse in a former ironwork factory.
The hospitality project offers a balance between luxury and natural materials. Blue-tinted vintage leather booths with brass detailing contrast dark, oversized parquet floors and other noble elements. The luxurious interiors provide soft lighting solution, while also conveying an industrial edge. “We wanted to punctuate the façade with industrial light fixtures and unify the whole ensemble with striped fabrics,” explains Humbert.
Made from brushed lacquered wood and accented with brass inserts, the bar ensures an organic and convivial dynamic between servers and clientele. The use of monochromatic mosaic floor tiles on this hospitality design delineates the area from the dining room, where wood floors and natural light dominate.
Design firm Humbert & Poyet blended of raw and industrial materials to infuse a warm palette across the dining room.
An awning clad with black and white stripes adds graphic detail to the modern space.
Indeed, the light restaurant design beneficies of sun exposure through expansive windows that look out onto the terrace. “We wanted a contrast between the exterior, voluntarily present on the veranda, and the industrial luxury of the interior,” explains architect and firm co-founder Christophe Poyet.
On the terrace, the remains of the factory machinery serve as the backdrop against the brick façade, adding authenticity to the concept but also allowing for harmony between the indoor contract furniture and outdoor environments.
Written by Andreia Gomes
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