One recognizes with the recent Némeau 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 - ‘It's subtle, a little crazy, but fun!’
Located in Lévis, on the south shore of Québec City, the fish market offers customers the chance to discover the fish products differently, by providing them with a unique ‘promenade-shopping’ 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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