Lighting for the restaurant La Petite Ferme Aix-En-Provence by LM5P-Le Mouton à 5 Pattes
The former participant of the famous “Top Chef” show, the talented Ronan KERNEN has opened his new restaurant in Aix-en-Provence, “La Petite Ferme”.
After the Côté Cour restaurant, where the chef offers a creative gastronomy with Provencal and Mediterranean accents in a soft and relaxing atmosphere, this new address is dedicated to meat and three types of cooking: spit, embers or wood oven, to reveal a good smoked taste and a crispy texture.
According to the architect of the place, Red Banana Studio, La Petite Ferme is a “bistronomic restaurant concept” imagined by Chef Ronan KERNEN, where grandmother’s recipes find their place in a setting combining warm and authentic materials”.
As far as the Lighting Design of the place is concerned, in agreement with the architect and the project owner, we have skilfully mixed Art Deco touches, in the purest Gatsby the Magnificent spirit, and lights reminiscent of the typical Bistrot universe. The material Gold has naturally imposed itself on most of the decorative lighting fixtures. The architectural lighting is ultra-minimalist and completely disappears. The entire project is controlled by a home automation solution for lighting control. All the luminaires in this project use LED technology.
La Petite Ferme: 7 avenue Victor Hugo, 13100 Aix-en-Provence, France
Architect: Red Banana
Lighting Designer : LM5P – Le Mouton à 5 Pattes
Photo credit: Christophe Pozzo di Borgo
Brands used: Wever & Ducré, Modular, Ideal Lux, Nobile, LLD, Jung, Gubi