Designer Tom Dixon’s Design Research Studio has redesigned the interiors of the brasserie in shopping and entertainment complex Publicis Drugstore in Paris, France.
The studio has renamed the restaurant as Le Drugstore, and added oxblood coloured upholstery and brass fixtures to complement the existing timber walls and marble bars in the space.
The interiors take inspiration from the “glamour” and “sophistication” of the advertising world during the 1960s, nodding to the launch of the complex by advertising agency Publicis Group founder Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet in 1958.
The brasserie’s quieter library lounge area is inspired by a gentleman’s study and features a collection of Tom Dixon Micro Wingback chairs, upholstered in charcoal grey and deep yellow wool.
Other seating in Le Drugstore includes specially designed dining chairs, and low and high bar stools.
Le Drugstore is now open to the public.