Renovation of Historic Delaville in Paris by Michael Malabert

A multi-experience space designed by Michael Malabert

Delavil Resturant It is a historical pillar Parisian life. Located on Grand Boulevard for over 150 years, it has welcomed a mixed clientele to eat, talk and party. After a successful makeover in 2000, the owners decided to raise the bar for the interiors by expanding the space and revamping the food and beverage menu to create a multi-experience space comprising a patio, cocktail bar, brewery, event space, restaurant and street dining area. To do this, join the interior designer Michael Malabert. with them revived Delaville’s iconic spirit, creating new interiors where everyone can find their place today.

All photos ┬ę Nicholas Annison

From brewery to cocktail bar and street food restaurant

To get to the renovated Delaville by Michael Malapert (see more over here), guests first walk into a sunny, plant-filled patio where they can enjoy a drink under a pergola that hosts a mix of sofa chairs and long tables. After the patio area, there is a wonderful, spacious, plant-filled glass conservatory connected to all the other spaces. Its terracotta floors and natural fiber furniture make it the perfect winter garden in the heart of Paris.

On the left, one can find a spacious and luminous cocktail bar in one of the historic rooms covered in golden mosaics. Moreover, guests are welcomed by a micro brewery where the restaurant produces its signature beer.

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cocktail bar

In the center of Delaville is a dining room furnished with vibrant modern pieces, armchairs and sofas – creating a relaxed atmosphere for eating and drinking. In the back, a historic staircase leads to the first floor that hosts “Marguery,” a customizable space for any occasion. “It recreates a warm and discreet boudoir atmosphere, Michael Malabert explains. On the right, the deli serves high-quality street food based on freshly cooked bread and garnished with kebabs and amenities that diners can take or eat on site, amid natural tones, stucco, porcelain, and touches of raw wood.

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Artwork details

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Street food “everyday” area

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Historic staircase leading to “Margerie”

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