Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris opens Le George

Mediterranean-style restaurant Le George opened to join the Le Cinq and La Galerie as the latest dining venue at Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris.

The hotel's Le George restaurant overlooks the hotel’s Marble Courtyard, and plans are in place for an Orangerie to be added in spring 2016. There are five windows that – aside from looking onto the courtyard – allow natural light to flood into the room. The windows have black metal framework. There are also grey curtains and interlaced braided leather trimmings handmade by MTX to resemble a leather sculpture.

The space also has ivory-toned vaulted ceiling and oblique lighting, a Baccarat chandelier that is more than 2.5 meters (eight feet) high and nearly two meters (6.5 feet) wide. This crystal piece echoes the furnishings and fixtures conceived by the hotel’s interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon for the house of Lalique. The restaurant doors, also with black metal framework structuring the entrance, have decorative crystal panels by Lalique.

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Le George also has an engraved mirror and paper sculptures by artist Junior Fritz Jacquet adorning the paneled and padded leather walls. Other design aspects include wall lamps, carpeting made from archive designs by the house of Braquenié, velvet- and damask-upholstered wing chairs and 1930s grey leather armchairs.

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