Custom-made bar x EuroCave wine cabinet
A look back at the renovation of a wine enthusiast’s apartment in the 17th arrondissement of Paris. A wine storage area was created in the living room.
Discover the Interview of Quitterie de Pascal, Mise en Scène agency. / Can you describe the Tocqueville project, the renovation of a 166m2 Parisian apartment, in the 17th arrondissement of Paris? The ambiance of the apartment is very modern, with stylish, contemporary materials and a touch of old wood here and there to add warmth. The wine cabinet was brought into an already established ambiance with notably the iconic Saarinen marble tulip table. Our client is a big wine enthusiast, so from our first meeting he talked about wanting to give pride of place to a wine cabinet in the project. / What were the design stages of the custom-made unit? For our project, we went to see the cabinet in the showroom, we even filmed every nook and cranny of it, so we knew it by heart! EuroCave also gave us the cabinet in Sketchup (3D) format so it was easier to design the wooden unit. Then, we checked with our great team of joiners to make sure it would work, and that’s all there is to it. We notably created recessed handles in the material to facilitate opening the wine cabinet and to avoid adding extra handles on the front so that the overall appearance was not too heavy. Read the entire the interview online: https://en.eurocave.com/blog/-deco-trend-project-of-a-wine-cabinet-integrated-in-a-custom-made-bar-n926