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Sparkling lights: the Meltdown lamps illuminate Le Royal

In the very heart of the French Champagne region, overlooking the breathtaking hills and vineyards recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Royal Champagne Hotel & Spa has been recently renewed by the French architecture studio PACE Architectes, trying to pay homage to the famous and refined French wine.
The building, entirely made of glass and stone with rose-colored hues which recalls the peculiar color of Champagne, houses the Michelin-starred restaurant Le Royal.

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The golden patinated walls and ceiling are a clear reference to the nuance of Champagne, even more enhanced by the majestic light cascade made with the Meltdown lamps designed by Johan Lindstén for Cappellini: 36 diffusers, made from amber-colored glass mouth-blown into a mold, with a peculiar spherical shape resembling the bubbles of the refined French wine.

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