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X-TU Architects | Patrick Roger Shop

Interiors X-TU Architects | Patrick Roger Shop

X-tu architects had the task of manifesting an architectural space that captured the core of chocolatier Patrick Roger. His edible sculptures explore the delicious material as a medium of state change.

X-TU Architects | Patrick Roger Shop

© Luc Boegly

X-TU Architects | Patrick Roger Shop

© Luc Boegly

As chocolate changes from solid to liquid and emits a powerful encompassingaroma, so the architecture materializes the sculptural tubes of confectionary delight.

X-TU Architects | Patrick Roger Shop

© Luc Boegly

X-TU Architects | Patrick Roger Shop

© Luc Boegly

X-TU Architects | Patrick Roger Shop

© Luc Boegly

The workshop is characterized by an interior skin of metal tubes that seek to express the voluptuous taste of chocolate while abstracting the sinuous form of the stretched delicacy.

Location: Paris, France
Architectes: X-TU Architects | Anouk Legendre, Nicolas Desmazières
Collaborators: Baptiste Dielh, Javier Visozo, Sylvain Raillard
Client: Patrick Roger
Photos: Luc Boegly
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