Traditional craftsmanship & gourmet workshop with a Mediterranean atmosphere: the designs combine modern elegance & urban lightness. The interior concept combines marble, wood, metal & tiles, inspired by the traditional Mediterranean markets of Spain and Italy. The overall image is characterised by the contemporary graphic concept: from the sustainably designed packaging to the traditional, authentic workwear.

Extending over 460m2, “Le Marché de la Mer” is France’s largest fishmonger, leading the way in terms of freshness & locality. The catch of the day is prepared for sale and consumption directly above the market. The integrated aquariums again highlight the freshness & expertise. The blue colour scheme, the metal shelves & panelling are deliberately reminiscent of fishing nets and the lovely decorative elements immerse the customer in a maritime atmosphere.



Beside the fish market is the “Med’ Le Food court” where customers enjoy fresh pizza from the stone oven, pasta dishes à la minute and other delicacies. In addition to the open baking & cooking counter, fresh quality products can also be found at the salad bar and in the self-service displays. Light wood tones contrasting with dark metal elements & industrial style lamps to create a warm, modern atmosphere & at the same time creating a visual harmony with the other zones.

As a link between food court and fish market, the Bistró offers customers & guests a space to linger. The combination of industrial charm & predominant blue across furniture & wall surfaces round off the customer experience across all brands. High windows provide a high level of natural light, adding to the sense of freshness. In addition to speciality coffees, customers enjoy dishes from the food court served in the cosy seating areas.