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Brief Published: 15 Sep 2011

Les Grandes Tables de l’Ile Seguin


Pop-up restaurant Les Grandes Tables de l’Ile Seguin, situated on Seguin Island in Boulogne-Billancourt, just outside Paris, takes utilitarian chic to a new level.

Paris-based design team 1024 Architecture has crafted the chic dining spot from the most unlikeliest of materials: scaffolding. The installation-style venue will vanish without a trace when it’s dismantled in two years’ time.

Indoor and outdoor dining areas are reached via an open-air staircase or a vibrant red elevator shaft, all enveloped inside a rectangular glass façade. Its elevated format makes for impressive views of the Seine river and extensive surrounding gardens. 

The design bolsters an on-going trend for temporary dining spaces in intriguing locations (see our previous threads Pret-A-Diner and Electrolux Cube).

1024 Architecture

Les Grandes Tables