La Maison du Caviar



We discover, in several places, spaces made of History, stories or legacies. They are all very special in their own way, as they help tell the journey of the people who built them, those who have passed by and all that they preserve and offer. La Maison du Caviar in Paris is one such place.It takes easily to its heritage – began in 1956 through the hands of Fernand Robert de Lalagade, founder of Caviar Volga and the central figure in the import of caviar from the Caspian Sea – and the Oitoemponto studio, which refurbished its interiors.
In a place defined as a temple to caviar, exclusive, where clients can expect high quality products and a discreet and accessible staff, the mission of Jacques Bec and Artur Miranda, Oitoemponto’s creative minds, was to replenish the tradition of La Maison du Caviar. Known for not having a specific style, what Jacques and Artur do is find the direction of each project and that is exactly what happened with this Parisian space. There a special interior design plan was drawn up which conveys timeless luxury, and is not carried away by passing tendencies. It transports us, in fact, to different decades: to the 1930s in the city of Paris, to the appeal of the fifties and to the eclectic seventies, without losing ourselves in a time that is not ours.


Featured in ROOF 18





Text: Inês Mendes
Photography: Jérôme Galland




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