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Cravan, 165 Bd Saint-Germain

The original residential building was built between 1672 and 1676 by Christophe Auguste Pezard. Accessible from 165 Bd Saint-Germain and 2, rue du Dragon, this architectural ensemble is the last 17th century vestige whose configuration is still complete on the Boulevard.

Built on 5 levels, we chose to reveal distinct atmospheres organized by floor: café-bistro, bar-restaurant, bookshop and lounge bar make up the first 4 levels of this new address, with the top floor reserved for the establishment's manager. In choosing to retain the 17th-century exterior facades, existing openings and joinery, the intention was to extend the facades of the other levels to restore the building's original character as a house. The project also includes a number of evolving and temporary artistic installations. The first is a bandstand in the image of those designed by Adolphe Alphand to embellish the city's urban spaces. The building is reintegrated into its environment and Parisian history.

Client : Moët Hennessy

Project : Renovation of a building on Boulevard Saint-Germain into a restaurant and cocktail bar.

Site : Paris (75)

Status : Completed in 2023

Size : 389 sqm

Team : Dubuisson (Architecte), RF Studio (Architecte d’intérieur), Cap Structure (Structure), Barbanel (Fluides), BMF (Economie), Restauration Conseil (Restauration Collective), Lasa (Acoustique), Casso & Associés (Preventionniste), Socotec (SPS et Contrôle) et Voyons Voir (Eclairage). Photograph: Vincent Leroux

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