“Le Drugstore” brasserie is a renowned Parisien hotspot for more than 60 years, with Tom Dixon Studio signature, the modern restaurant is located on the ground floor of a shopping complex.
Tom Dixon design approach to the Parisian restaurant was from the small details to the all room mood, from books, French pastries, jewelry to cigars and champagne, simplifying the interior to accentuate the widespread palette of rich finishes and noble materials.
Inside, wood is used to cover the walls and complemented by the marble-top bars. Decadent tones of oxblood upholstery and brass fixtures blend to make a contemporary homage to the 1960’s vibe.
“The unique Parisian identity of public drugstore has always inspired me,’ comments Tom Dixon. “I remember having been brought there, late at night, aspirin. I remember the publics’ logo representing a lion in stainless steel. it relates to a certain image of France. modern, looking to the future.”
The library lounge is evocative of a gentlemen’s office and offers guest a more informal and intimate dining experience. This space interior design is full of bespoke brass and reeded glass bookcase, granting privacy and a subtle separation from the retail area.
The modern furniture inside was exclusively designed by Dixon, between the design pieces is the micro wingback chairs in grey and deep yellow. Bespoke seating was created particularly to the Le Drugstore.
The kitchen is opened with a window indicated by a sign written patisserie. Connected to the restaurant are a glass conservatory and seasonal terrace. The natural light fills the spaces and illuminates the dark decor interior. Tones of natural green are to bring a touch of calm, comfort and understated glamor that this elegant Parisian neighborhood embodies.