We began with two French chefs and desire to work at Copacabana beach. With a few pinches of dare and a few sips of courage, we had the confidence in the proposal that a kiosk could be more, it could be a French bistro. The name was taken from that boldness, the essence. Très, the literal translation from the French meaning "very", but it is also a positive superlative, is to be more than to be just good. It is to have on a paper cup, a crystal glass; in the cutlery envelope, trusting the playfulness; in a hygienic joke suggesting to brush your teeth after meals; on the napkin, the poetry of a pen made sketch. You can sit by the brach, at tables with linen tablecloth embroidered and being served by a waiter wearing a supposed team jersey. And, to make it easier for all, our kiosk-bistro is located at the beach station three. We also developed the website and had the luxury support of the caring friend Roberto Menescal, who strummed a few chords of a bossa nova version of "La Marseillaise".
Selected for the Biennial of Design ADG (Association of Graphic Designers of Brazil, 2012).
Cow Award International Design Festival 2012 - Best Packaging