Between optical floors and mirrored walls, references to the 60s and deco details, the new Chez Pierre restaurant in Montecarlo designed by Vudafieri Saverino Partners is a charming place dominated by ruby red

Intimacy and eccentricity. Two concepts that seem to be in contrast but that reach a perfect stylistic balance in the new Chez Pierre led by Maître D’ Pierre Baldelli, who opens his first restaurant in Montecarlo, offering both French cuisine and international dishes.

Located inside the Metropole shopping center, Chez Pierre is an enveloping and vibrant space with a retro allure. From concept to implementation, the Vudafieri Saverino Partners studio has devised a project that interprets history, the Maître's expertise and passion, taking guests to a journey between Monte Carlo, Paris and London, the city where he was trained.

The floor with black and white lozenges

A secluded yet whimsical place, Chez Pierre has 50 seats and 6 bar stools. Permeated by a charming atmosphere of yesteryear, the diamond floor in black and white marble stands out, a stylistic code typical of the 60s , which impresses an incisive graphic sign creating a common thread between furnishings, textures and precious combinations.

Intense ruby red

The protagonist is the intense ruby red, chosen for the bar stools with a vintage touch by Pedrali, in contrast with the neutral tone of the material and iridescent fabric Alter Ego by Dedar that covers the wall panels. Sinuous shapes, bright colors and geometric patterns thus become the expression of the story of a memorable gastronomic experience.

The counter and the antique mirrors, materials and surfaces

The counter is the fulcrum of the restaurant: the backlit red striped glass and the vertical brass inserts, emphasized on the curves, mark the rhythm, while a mirrored wall occupies the back and amplifies the space. Antique mirrors on which images of the cities of Paris, London and Monte Carlo alternate with the overlying fabric that softens the reflections. Materials such as wood, brass, glass and surfaces soft such as velvet and leather give a sophisticated touch to the scenography of the environment by combining shapes and surfaces with déco details.

Light, between reflections and opacity

To illuminate the spaces, thanks to a game between reflections and opacity, the white and sculptural pendant lamps were chosen from the Hatton collection by Original BTC: made of Bone China ceramic , have a faceted rose window and give a warm and suggestive light.