Friday, June 22, 2012


Name: Nomiya
Location: Paris
Design:Pascal Grasso, Laurent Grasso 


Designed as an alternating, 'pop-up' style restaurant located on the top of the Le Palais de Tokyo museum is a stunning gem. With full views of the Eiffle Tower and seating for 12-14, the space is intimate and relaxed with the majority of the surfaces designed to draw your eye out, rather than in. 

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Blonde wood floors, clear glass surrounds, and clean white surface keep the space minimal and modern and allow the guests eye to be draw outside.

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