Chef Sang-Hoon Degeimbre met designer Quentin de Coster at a conference in March of 2013. During this event, they presented their work and noted many common points between their respective artistic worlds. A year later, the chef San invited Quentin to create an atmosphere aligned with his culinary expertise. Quentin eagerly agreed to design an installation for the two-star Michelin restaurant L’Air du Temps.
San’s cooking artistry embodies nature, so Quentin de Coster incorporated this inspiration in his permanent installation piece. LIANES is an abstract reproduction of the random character of vegetation. This organic piece of art installs a unique atmosphere between the outdoor and indoor environment. Beyond its aesthetics, this project includes a sound insulation function to reduce noise disturbances in the restaurant at large gatherings.
The film of ‘L’Air du Temps’: A cuisine made of contemporary or ancient technique, sensitivity, aesthetics to make the best of Hesbaye products, passionate producers or from their own production.