One recognizes with the recent NÃ©meau project the unique signature of Jean de Lessard
Inspired by the adventure novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea this interior is a fresh look at what a traditional fish market can be - â€˜It's subtle, a little crazy, but fun!â€™
Located in LÃ©vis, on the south shore of QuÃ©bec City, the fish market offers customers the chance to discover the fish products differently, by providing them with a unique â€˜promenade-shoppingâ€™ layout.
The concept of adding value to products through exploration is the main theme that was explored and resulted in a unique design which aimed to be a journey of the senses around displays brimming with fresh produce. "It facilitates interactions between staff and customers and adds a distinctive touch to the collective experience; shopping becomes enjoyable even in such a small space", notes Jean de Lessard.
The most striking aspect to the store is the sculptural glass ceiling, with a prismatic shape and a blending of different blue tones illustrating the refraction of natural light through water.
Photos from: Jean de Lessard
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