mid-century take on modern baroque
Drawing inspiration from Le Méridien’s Parisian roots, the restaurant redesign represents a mid-century take on modern baroque. French navy banquettes, gold leaf and blackened steel accents, and a signature white brick wall define the interior. A glass art installation, inspired by The Maison de Verre built by Peirre Charneau in the 1930’s, serves as the gateway to the restaurant entry. Indoor bar area is infused with relaxed seating, inviting a place to gather, linger and return. Alternatively, guests may enjoy the energy of Uptown seated next to a fire pit on the outdoor patio.
A sand, black and navy color palette predominates and accents come by way of gilded chandeliers, white brick walls and a glass art installation.Nina Korman and Paulette Pearson, lux.daily, Dine Among Posh Design At These Texas Hotels, 2019