Art in public space, whether it is temporary or permanent, participates in the long-term development of a territory. Since 2007, this idea has been fully understood in Nantes, and some businesses have even become engines of creativity. They stand with us in their desire to bring art to the city and its citizens.
After Groupe Coupechoux in 2009 (Air and The Zebra Crossing Regulations and General Directions), Harmonie Mutuelle in 2010 (De temps en temps), Galeries Lafayette in 2012 (Suspens de Nantes, 2012) and ADI in 2013 (Mètre à ruban), the restaurant Le 1 has called on the talent of Fichtre (Les Hôtes) to redesign its patio: “a shelter made of beams and canvas where one can wile away the Indian summer on the prairies along the Loire”.
© Martin Argyroglo