Housed in a former garage in Plainpalais, this concept store is part design workshop, part vintage emporium and part café bar.
Part design workshop, part vintage emporium and part café bar, Les Enfants Terribles pulls off a feat of multi-tasking to be one of the coolest spaces in Geneva. But don’t bank on shabby meaning cheap. Locals appear happy to pay over the odds for something their grandma threw out years ago. Housed in a former garage in creative Plainpalais, the store's concept reflects its industrial heritage. All is practical, appealing and fit for purpose. Dented metal storage canisters rub shoulders with stylish Danish Hay chairs, while ink-stained wooden boxes jostle for space with bold BTC lamps from the UK and trendy Japanese bamboo bowls in a riot of colours. Café bar and épicerie Le Snack also draws a loyal after work crowd for Italian olives and a bottle of Swiss Gamay.
|Venue name:||Les Enfants Terribles|
Rue Prevost-Martin 24
|Opening hours:||9am-9pm Tue-Fri; 10am-6pm Sat|
|Transport:||Tram 2, 14, 18, Bus 35, NM, Augustins|