The Opera Garnier quietly called on architect Odile Decq to deck its protean mezzanine with tables and create a restaurant. Nestled among the pillars of the eastern flank, the restaurant came into existence like an image that flickers and waves before coming into focus. A simple veil of glass placed with no visible support, stretched on a 6m high steel blade, attached by a few stainless steel rods at the upper mouldings. In the room itself, moulded white plaster hulls create the flavour of a ship’s interior, a cross between clouds and Casper the friendly ghost. A red carpet unfurls on the staircase. Theatrical and monumental.
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