The Taillevent house relied on the expertise of the Yann Montfort interior design agency in terms of hospitality & retail design for the creation of its new concept L’Esprit de Taillevent within the popular district of Marunouchi in Tokyo.
Yann Montfort agency was entrusted with the conception of design retail and hospitality and project management missions for this project.
The surface of the project is 72 m²
The project was delivered in November 2020
Description of the project
After having proven itself in the Japanese territory with the opening of Les Caves de Taillevent, the Taillevent house is opening a new concept in the capital: L’Esprit de Taillevent.
Yann Montfort interior design agency conceived this project as two distinct and permeable spaces at the same time: a space of consumption on the spot where you can delight the Food & Wine pairing which made the reputation of Taillevent and a wine cellar area with a very wide selection of bottles.
Esprit de Taillevent is widely open to the outside thanks to three glass facades overlooking the Marunouchi district.
The bar area can accommodate several guests under a hazy bar sky that marks its central position in the space. Original codes of the Taillevent house are reworked in a warm and elegant spirit. The oak is highlighted by the contrast with the glass mosaic which offers beautiful shades of green. Tangy velvets of the seats and the brass punctuations come to magnify the whole. “La Collection TAILLEVENT” display wall makes the link between the seated consumption area and the wine cellar. It is a reminder of Maison Taillevent’s wine expertise.
The wine cellar space is made more confidential thanks to its suspended oak ceiling with brass inserts. The green terrazzo mineral floor emphasizes this space and gives it a touch of modernity. A marvelous display case, made of glass and brass, presents the most fine wines of the House, highlighted by precious lighting.
The lighting has been designed to create an elegant, warm and subdued atmosphere, representative of the the Taillevent’s House.