Responding to the café-restaurant theme, Buvette Sicli is based on the notion of modularity. It is a pavilion-like architecture, in the center of a very dense urban area, which changes with the seasons, offering its customers a space for eating out.
Buvette Sicli is composed of three modules: a café-restaurant module and two indoor dining modules. All three move on a rail like wagons accompanied by a skeleton creating the interiority and circulation of the pavilion. This organism, unfolding like an invertebrate through its mechanics, plunges the user into a very interesting rhythm.
2015 / Photos by Sandra Pointet