Café Jacques is located in the gardens of Quai Branly Museum. Inaugurated in 2006 and signed by Jean Nouvel, this building is located in the heart of the 7th district of Paris, along the Seine and near the Eiffel Tower. The Café occupies a central position that embodies the French charm and the taste of beautiful things by combining architecture, fashion and gastronomy. In recent years the chef Alain Ducasse has taken up his new quarters within this café with the desire to create an innovative catering offer more in line with new consumption patterns and accompanying the search for "better living". The Branly café is located in the heart of the museum's garden by its wide opening terrace through its bay windows. Our concept stems from this geographical location. Thus the interior and landscaping project is based on the proposal to make this establishment a jewel in its glass case, and to create a complementarity with the landscape. The aim is to encourage the museum to affirm its commitment to nature and comfort, and to re-anchor it in the museum and its original territory: this garden of Eden in the heart of Paris. By treating it like a jewel, like the works exhibited in the museum, the ornament has here as "simplicity" and "natural" watchwords. Thus, the concrete, Jean Nouvel's favorite element, is immaculate in white to reflect the light and is warmed by small touches of a dominant color that is gold.