Miami Design District by Lancescape Miami
The legendary Chef Joël Robuchon was a visionary and trailblazer who transformed the way French cuisine was prepared and presented. At the time of his passing on August 6, 2018 he held 31 Michelin stars—more than any chef in history—and ran 29 restaurants spanning 11 countries, in cities including Paris, Hong Kong, Las Vegas, London, Monaco, New York, and Tokyo, among others. Known for his impeccable technique, dedication to the craft of cooking, and ceaseless mentorship, his impact reached across the globe. He was awarded the Meilleur Ouvrier de France (France’s Best Craftsman) in cuisine; was titled “Chef of the Century” by the guide Gault Millau; and mentored a generation of renowned chefs including Eric Ripert and Gordon Ramsay.
L’Atelier Miami is the newest incarnation of the late Chef Joël Robuchon’s groundbreaking concept, which first opened in Paris’ Saint-Germain neighborhood in 2003, followed by Tokyo the same year. Currently with 10 distinct locations around the world, each restaurant feels of-its-place, staying true to the original Parisian roots, while drawing inspiration from the surrounding city and neighborhood–including The Miami Design District.
Lancescape Miami was chosen to complete the entire commercial landscape design of Joël Robuchon’s restaurant in Miami.