Lizée-Hugot uses leather and tubular steel to channel the 1970s in Parisian eatery

Materials typical of a classic Parisian brasserie such as wood, marble and a lacquered ceiling are teamed with tubular steel furniture reminiscent of the 1970s in the Abstinence restaurant.

Called Abstinence, the restaurant is the first project completed by Parisian studio Lizée-Hugot, which was founded earlier this year by Stéphanie Lizée and Raphael Hugot after some years spent working together at different studios.

Traditional wood panelling runs along the perimetre of the restaurant

The studio was asked to create a classic Parisian brasserie on Rive Gauche near the École Militaire with a “wine cellar spirit”, a “chic dining counter ” and an open

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