Nomiya Space Restaurant at Palais de Tokyo in Paris

Paris is the city of love and the city where everything is possible, so it’s a great opportunity for all kinds of businesses, especially if you are into the cuisine art. So the location must be perfect and what other better location than the roof of a museum of modern art, where you can have a direct and splendid view towards the Eiffel Tower?

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The replacement of Hotel Everland located on the roof of Palais de Tokyo is Nomiya Restaurant which is simply spectacular. It has been designed by the Laurent Grasso and the place has been named and inspired after the famous Japanese Bars. This spell binding place is the creation of Laurent Grasso and his brother whose name is Pascal Grasso. The place is designed keeping the impression of the airlines in mind with the floating and transparent building.

Nomiya Space Restaurant at Palais de Tokyo

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This well designed and dream like restaurant is a luring deal, situated at a lovely place. The famous French artist, master mind behind this project has brought out best in the restaurant. The diffuse violet lights and the location that seems “on top pf the world”, plus the modern design make the place a magical one – Nomiya restaurant.



Published by in Design And Concept, on October 2nd, 2009

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