Caroline Tissier interior designer
Caroline Tissier is an architect and interior designer specialising primarily in the hotel and restaurant industry.
Comfort, design and attractiveness are the key words of this former student of the École Boulle, who wishes above all to avoid standardisation, with a tailor-made approach based on the personality of her clients.
Her latest projects, such as the restaurant L'Ours for the starred chef Jacky Ribault or the starred restaurant L'Oiseau Rive Gauche for the Bernard Loiseau Group, are perfect illustrations of this.
After working together for several years on his various houses - La Maison d'à Côté and Côté Bistro in Montlivault, and La Table d'à Côté in Orléans - chef Christophe Hay has become friends with this passionate architect.
In December 2018, when the purchase of this former hospice, a 17th century building in the heart of Blois, was announced, it was natural that Caroline Tissier and her husband Alexis responded to this unusual project.
With Fleur de Loire, chef Christophe Hay wishes to create a contemporary universe connected to nature but also turned towards the outside, for a real immersion and awareness of the guest.
Caroline Tissier will rely primarily on elements of the region's landscapes, playing on the codes of naturalism, while associating the new standards of the restaurant and luxury hotel industry.
The fluidity and elegance of the decor will be enhanced by the interweaving of raw natural materials, as a reminder of the movements of the Loire River, in order to create a true timeless setting.
Matte gold and brass will also be punctuated by small touches, as a wink to the heritage past of the city and the castles of the Loire.