Vudafieri-Saverino Partners has designed the Chez Pierre restaurant in Monte Carlo for Pierre Baldelli. Located within the Metropole shopping center, Chez Pierre is an enveloping space with vibrant tones inviting moments of emotion.
From concept to realization, Vudafieri-Saverino Partners conceived a project that interprets the history and passion of Pierre Baldelli, taking guests on a journey between Monte Carlo, Paris, and London - the cities where he was trained.
Chez Pierre is a secluded and unique venue. The space has 50 seats and 6 bar stools and it is characterized by an atmosphere of retro charm: the black and white marble lozenge floor, a typical stylistic feature of the 1960s, imprints an incisive graphic sign, creating a thread between furnishings, textures and precious combinations.
The shade of intense ruby red, also chosen for the Pedrali bar stools with a vintage feel, has a prominent role reflecting the personality of this new gourmet destination that does not want to go unnoticed. The contrast with the neutral tone of Alter Ego Dedar's fabric, textured and iridescent, covering the wall panels, makes the interior style even more sophisticated. Experimentation and innovation, sinuous lines and shapes, bright colors and geometric patterns describe ideas and emotions: the story of a memorable gastronomic experience.
The counter is the focus of the restaurant: backlit red striped glass and vertical brass inserts, emphasized on the curves, set the rhythm, while a mirrored wall occupies the back and amplifies the space. Antique mirrors on which follow one another images of the cities of Paris, London and Monte Carlo accompany the overlying fabric that softens the reflection of the mirror. Materials such as wood, brass, glass and soft surfaces such as velvet and leather, lend a sophisticated touch to the room's scenography combining shapes and surfaces with deco details.
At lighting level, for a play between reflections and opacity, the white and sculptural pendant lamps Hatton 1 collection by Original BTC have been chosen: made of Bone China ceramic, they feature a facetted rose window and offer a warm and suggestive light.
Photography: Santi Caleca