Located in the heart of Paris, Beefcut Restaurant et Boucher distinguishes itself thanks to its best quality ingredients and its genuine yet unique style of the interiors and exteriors. For its terrace, Michele Michelizzi and Luciana Toledo chose to put at the immediate entrance two majestic anthracite CBH180 planted with sunburst Andropogon Scoparius, marking the entrance with elegant grandeur. Two CBH models are displayed next to them giving movement to the verticality of the bigger vases. Their rounded shapes create a sense of volume that contrasts with the flatness of the glass walls at the forefront. The veranda is separated from the road by a leafy barrier, where tender plants are planted in different Ateler Vierkant vases, creating an intimate atmosphere. The bowed pattern is drastically interrupted by grey B models planted with more tender and soft plants signing the perimeter of the restaurant. The motif of intimacy and privateness is abandoned along the sides of the restaurant, where indoor and outdoor relate and communicate through the walls of glass.