Aline Asmar d’Amman Architect, founder of Culture in Architecture

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After a year-long competition alongside the Group led by Sodexo, architect and interior designer Aline Asmar d’Amman is awarded the interior design project for the iconic Jules Verne restaurant, located on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower. Michelin star acclaimed chef Frédéric Anton and Culture in Architecture will bring this gastronomic venue into a new era where the culinary and decorative arts embrace the femininity and the irreverence of the legendary ‘iron lady’.

“Paris and the “Iron Lady”, veiled in lace, are the first sources of inspiration for the holistic décor envisioned for the Jules Verne. The interiors will capture the delicate balance between the raw and the precious, an echo to the creations of star chef Frederic Anton. “

 

About Aline Asmar d’Amman and Culture in Architecture

Aline Asmar d’Amman

Architect, founder of Culture in Architecture

Aline Asmar d’Amman is the architect and interior designer behind Culture in Architecture, a design studio based in Beirut and Paris, with international projects ranging from high end residential to luxury hospitality and bespoke furniture. Recent realizations include the art direction of Hôtel de Crillon’s renovation, a collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld on his ‘Grand Apartments’ decor, the interior design of the palace’s historical salons and suites.

After a year-long competition alongside Sodexo, Aline Asmar d’Amman is awarded the interior design project for the iconic Jules Verne restaurant, located on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Michelin star acclaimed chef Frédéric Anton and Culture in Architecture will bring this gastronomic venue into a new era where the culinary and the decorative arts embrace the femininity and the irreverence of the legendary ‘iron lady’.

Seeking spaces with an intense resonance, Culture in Architecture cultivates narrative statements born from intricate dialogs between the raw and the precious, with a specific attention to the use of primary stones and handcrafted materials, heritage and modernity, borrowing constant inspiration from the art and fashion world to every creative expression.

Culture in Architecture believes in bridging cultures and their know-how with a forward-thinking re-interpreting the past to the future.

 

www.cultureinarchitecture.com

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