For his second establishment, William Ledeuil turned to nearly the same team, so as to remain true to his original project. Daniel Humair designed the logo and defined the overall plans for the decor. Architect Andrew Todd worked with the historical constraints to produce a contemporary space that integrates the various materials, reflections and colors. Designer Léopold Gest created the furniture, including a chef’s table offering a view of the room, with the waxed cast-iron and walnut tables, and leather-lined banquettes. On the walls, a series of large paintings created for KGB by Tony Soulié and Jacques Bosser gives the restaurant the look of a spacious, timeless and elegant art gallery. It’s an unpretentious place, with plenty of character.