|The Haras de Strasbourg stands out as an exceptional hotel-restaurant project. Over and above the tourist appeal of a four-star hotel and the first brasserie run by three-Michelin-starred chef Marc Haeberlin, the Haras de Strasbourg represents an innovative solution for enhancing the architectural heritage of major provincial cities.|
The project is managed by the IRCAD - Institut de Recherche contre le Cancer de l'Appareil Digestif, chaired by Professor Jacques Marescaux. It combines architectural creativity and technological innovation, two expressions of French excellence, with an unprecedented philanthropic dimension for a historic rehabilitation project in France.
Jouin Manku designed the interior architecture of the Hotel and Brasserie, creating an ensemble characterized by its authenticity and modernity, evoking a certain idea of luxury and comfort inspired by the world of the horse, yet at the same time sober and subtle.
Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku have translated their vision of an equine and historical place, both noble and raw. The materials chosen are deliberately few, favoring raw wood, natural leather and blackened or brushed metal, to give a resolutely contemporary and uncluttered touch to this emblematic building in the city of Strasbourg.
An equine and historical place