The stylish Groupama development by Scheubel + Genty Architectes

Designed by Scheubel + Genty Architectes for Groupama SA, this development is an example of how a stylish interior should look like. Located in Noisy-le-Grand, France, the project occupies an area of 1645.0 square meters and it was completed in 2011. The inspiration for the design came from the building itself, more exactly from the nature and architecture of the development.

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All the furnishings inside come from Corian® and they consist of fragmented structures that extend into the floor and create a continuous and clean design. Monolithic structures were implemented without assembling joints and beautifully coordinate with the walls, the floor and the rest of the décor. Visually, the interior is very bright but not cold. It’s because of the use of diffused light fixtures and alternating warm and cold colors.

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The light tones of brown and latte, the wooden elements and the way these almost pastel tones reflect into the white surfaces create a continuous and harmonious décor. The light oak parquet floors cover the area between the restaurant and the hall and they also extend into the cafeteria and the outdoor terrace. The ceiling was built using sound-absorbant panels. It’s a very simple, stylish and elegant interior that reflects both the designers and clients taste and respect for simplicity. Each space has its own character and has been decorated according to its functionality.{found on archdaily and pics by Stéphane Chalmeau}.