When projects share the same philosophy, the results are truly surprising. The style of Radar Interior, which combines elegance, rigour, artisanal quality, in-depth research on materials and contemporary design, finds its ideal setting in the rooms of the boutique Hotel 19-21, located in the town of Leucate, an oasis of peace among vineyards in southern France, just a few kilometres from the sea. The creations of Radar Interior add a touch of originality and character to the environments of this ancient cellar of a winemaker which has been transformed into a welcoming and refined hotel where tradition and contemporaneity enter into a harmonious dialogue.
This project, which was created by Katy Gosteau together with Alexandre Gouaud and Dominique Gosteau, in cooperation with architects of Atelier Jacques Outier, features some of the brand’s glass lamps with innovative finishes: spectacular metallic or iridescent effects knowingly play with the reflections of the diffused light. Continuous references between design and a context that has maintained its original identity offer yet unseen and highly impactful solutions that never lose their sobriety and authenticity.
The Eclipse ceiling lamps customized for this project, with golden colour glass diffuser and structure in matt black lacquered metal, generate an interesting contrast with the solid wood beams that decorate the ceilings. A surprise effect is added by the ceiling lamp Echo in silver-coloured thermoformed glass with structure in black metal whose spiral shape is soft and timeless in its elegance. Essential but with a determined line, the wall lamp Fractale, in grainy golden glass and metal structure, adds a certain verve to the environments dedicated to conviviality, while the chandelier Zenith, in thermoformed golden-coloured glass and black metal structure, embellishes the dining room, in perfect tune with the okra-coloured walls.