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L’Auberge de l’Ill, Illhaeusern, France

 

In celebration of its 50 consecutive years with holding three-Michelin stars France’s L’Auberge de l’Ill restaurant has been given a refurbish thanks to Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku.

Taking their cues from the venue’s riverside location, obvious references include a marquetry wall-panel depicting herons, storks and dragonflies by artist Philippe David and a plush handmade tufted wool carpet, from French company Manufacture de Tapis de Bourgogne, that with a flowing motif in varying hues of blue, evokes undulating ripples. This is reflected, in a less obvious way, by three polished and hammered stainless steel ‘ponds’, while some of the circular tables, which line the edges of the rooms, are enclosed by bronze ‘reeds’ which create a sense of intimacy.

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