Reference in the field of decoration, Sarah Lavoine created her interior architecture firm in 2002. In ten years, her name has become synonymous with Parisian taste, contemporary aesthetics and craftsmanship of excellence. Sarah Lavoine defended a new art of French living, which, combined with his talent passion for color, magnifies living areas entrusted to it. And all that is what we can find in the Le Victoria 1836.
The discreet luxury of this restaurant design highlights the chic of the place while emphasizing its friendly side.
The decor gives the impression of existing for 40 years and will be in forty years. It was thought without worrying about contemporary fashions.
Timeless, elegant, warm and bright are adjectives that describe the personality of this restaurant.
Sarah Lavoine had fun playing with transparencies, wood and woodwork, stone carving, with the lights of the day, mirror games and reflections. Every detail has been thought.
Le Victoria 1936
Location: 12, rue de Presbourg
The french designer also connects the personal creative projects. Sarah Lavoine is the daughter of the designer Sabine Marchal and Jean Stanislas Poniatowski. Her career is now the subject of a beautiful book published by Editions de la Martinière, which traces technicolor in faultless “Sarah Lavoine, Interior Architecture”.