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ADAR Restaurant Épicerie Fine

Expressing culture through architectural elements, ADAR is a Mediterranean épicerie and restaurant entirely custom-designed in the 49th house of the historical Passage des Panoramas of Paris’ 2nd arrondissement. Demonstrating ways of awakening all five senses, the restaurant reminds one of the unique sensory experience inherent to the Levantine culture.


It is designed to mimic the raw colors of the landscape in hues of brown, orange, and off-white, with a central, corrugated mesh chandelier collecting dried spices, vegetables, and flowers to evoke the traditional souk. Optimizing the natural filtered light of the Passage’s glass roof, rich layers of textures and warm palettes integrates walnut and oak wood, oxidized brass, patina walls, verde olive granite, hand-made ceramic plates and inox.

Stained mirrors reflect the dynamic movement of customers, while the chefs prepare fresh Levantine cuisine in a striking terracotta open-kitchen, framing the act of cooking as a performance.

Client | LEV Adar

Location | 49 Passage des Panoramas, 75002 Paris, France

Area | 40 sqm

Date of Completion | June 2019

Team | Tara Sakhi, Tessa Sakhi, Elie Harb

Carpenter | Atelier Sauvage

Photos | Romain Bassenne

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