The graphic table navigates between grew, ivory and white shades.
As a panoramic view of the 18th century, walls are decorated with an endless bunch of Acanthus leaves, which was entirely realized in stucco, thanks to the dexterity of a sculptor.
The ceiling is also embellished with a stucco garland, decorated with magnificent Murano chandeliers, which gives a more Italian-colour palette to the place.
In contrast, the ground is more modern as it is realized in the style of grey concrete.
An impressive library surrounds the big counter, which outside front is completely realized in Carrara white marble veined of grey, with for particularity an exceptional drape.
To emphasize its elegance, the counter is generously adorned with magnificent “Marquis” profile medallions. There is a change in material for the back of the counter, which is decorated with steels leaves bringing a more contemporary touch to the place.
By way of paintings, majestic Marquis profiles in medallion decorate the space and give it its signature.
A convivial and interactive place is created, which allows the chocolate maker to step in for tastings and chocolate classes.