The Paris Brest by Christian Lesquer

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In an architectural setting created by Patrick Jouin,

the Loxiale workshop signs the aprons and the printing of T-shirts for the team of waiters and waitresses of the restaurant.

To highlight the harmony flavors and wine orchestrated by a team of high gastronomy,

the chosen material is cork.

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CORK : the link between the wine art and the design of the approns

Anchored in the history of Brittany, Loxiale interprets the cachou dye, historically used in the treatment of boat sails. Here is a label version with the logo of the restaurant on the apron.

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To shape the apron, Loxiale invites a leatherworker who adapts his technique to the cork materials for the assembly process. Philippe LEBLED - "L'abri du cuir " Detail in adornment of a brass ring was shaped in the wrought of Mathieu David, in Rennes.

partners on the project

ce projet à été mené à bien avec l’intervention de :

– David Amar (agence nous sommes le futur): en veillant à travailler avec un impact positif, David propose de trouver des solutions en plus de limiter les problèmes.

– Michel Garcia (atelier Plantes et Couleurs): en appliquant un savoir faire ancestral , Michel adapte son savoir faire de chimiste de la couleurs aux besoins modernes.

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