Interior/Art

INTERIOR DESIGNPierre-Yves ROCHON

Pierre-Yves Rochon achieves international renown as an architect and designer, and has worked on many five-star hotels, top-class restaurants, and other chic establishments.

He explains that, to him, “Shiseido evokes an image of pureness, simplicity, and sophistication.” He took part in countless discussions with Shiseido with a focus on its history, as well as the future of L’Osier. The restaurant’s vision was refined down to the keywords of, “White,” “Gold,” “Transparency,” “Glass,” and “Light.” With these keywords as his guide, he has created a truly luxurious space. L'Osier's artworks collection, with newly added ones selected by Mr.Rochon and Shiseido, fits perfectly with this space.

  • Vase of glass paste by Jean Cocteau (1889-1963, born in France), one of the most multi-talented artists of the 20th century

  • Contemporary painting by Hervé Quenolle (1955-, born in France), based in Paris. Wooden gilded sculpture by Axel Cassel (1955-, born in Germany)

  • Salon available for private use

  • Bronze sculpture with DAUM glass by Dominique Dardek (1957-, born in France), well known for his collaboration with DAUM

  • Desk with iron and Saint-Gobain glass (made in 1950) by Raymond Subes (1893-1970, born in France), one of the most renowned metalworkers of Art Deco

  • Christofle's silver of "VERTIGO" series designed by Andrée Putman (1925-2013, born in Paris), one of the world's leading interior designers

  • Sculpture works by Dominique Dardek (1957-, born in France)

  • Triptych lithograph by Michel Cornu (1957-, born in France). Lithograph with blue ink

  • Show plate by French brand Haviland, designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon. Using also the plates of France's Bernardaud and J.L. Coquet. Water glass by Germany's Dibbern, renowned high quality handmade tableware brand.

  • Handmade wool tapestry of Aubusson, by Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979, born in Russia), one of the most important members of the Art Deco movement

  • Cutlery of Puiforcat, founded in 1820 in Paris, France. Renowned silversmith, where craftsmen work with metals of the finest quality

  • Glass paste vase by DAUM. Desk (bronze-mounted, walnut and parchment) and stool (leather) by Maurice Jallot (1900-1971, born in France)

  • Linen of D.Porthault, luxury French linen brand. Original napkin with L'Osier logo

  • Spiral staircase winding down to the dining area

  • "Venus with drawers" of glass paste and silver by Salvador Dali (1904-1989, born in Spain). Mirror by Jean Mayodon (1893-1967, born in France)

  • Antique candle stand by Rene Lalique (1860-1945, born in France), the glass designer representing Art Deco. The piece is used as a vase.

  • Chandelier of Maison Delisle, France. Floral decoration by Daniel Ost (1955-, born in Belgium)

  • Sculpture of glass paste and bronze by Salvador Dali (1904-1989, born in Spain). Objet d'art with "Melting Clock" motif

  • Etched glass relief of Champagne bubbles and willows, the restaurant's namesake flora, designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon

  • Works from "Paris and The Seine"(circa 1913) by Shinzo Fukuhara, first president of Shiseido

  • Handmade wool tapestry of Aubusson, by Sonia Delaunay (1885-1979, born in Russia), one of the most important members of the Art Deco movement

  • Crystal vase by Anna Torfs (1967-, born in Belgium), based in Czech Republic. All of her pieces are handmade

  • Bronze filigree shaped iconic Shiseido Camellia flower on entrance door, designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon

  • Lighting etched glass table. Chandelier by France's Veronese, designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon

  • Bronze sculpture by Axel Cassel (1955-, born in Germany), based in France. His works belong to museums such as the MoMA in NY