A strong identity for a new gourmet offer


As part of the renovation and extension of the Club Med in Alpe d'Huez, the Parisian agency MHNA (Marc Hertrich and Nicolas Adnet) turned to CLIPSO for the creation of a printed acoustic ceiling of approximately 200 m2 in one of the restaurants: the Gourmet Lounge, named "Les Alpages".


In charge of the design and decoration of the restaurant, the MHNA studio created specific floral patterns whose style and colour code reinterpret the outdoor mountain environment.

They then called on CLIPSO's expertise to print them on a SO ACOUSTIC solution combined with a 10 mm fleece, thus guaranteeing an excellent noise reduction coefficient. Made to measure, the coverings were integrated into structured ceilings over a surface area of approximately 200 m2. The overall acoustic performance is conducive to a warm and friendly atmosphere.

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