Ciel de Paris is a very spacious and very stylish restaurant located on the 56th floor of the Montparnasse Tower in Paris. It covers an area of 400 square meters and it offers wonderful views of the city skyline. It’s a very chic restaurant with an interior design inspired by the 1960’s aesthetics. The huge windows offer unobstructed views of the city and the combination of interior and exterior beauty is very charming.
The interior design of the restaurant was created by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance. The lighting features were exclusively designed for this project and they resemble a cluster of planets or the craters from the surface of the moon. This detail makes the décor seem particularly modern. To create a continuous décor, these “planets” have reflections in the carpets as well. And to continue the space-related metaphor, the bar resembles a spaceship. It features indirect lighting and the light is then projected onto the ceiling.
The furniture in this restaurant is also minimalist and modern. The satin seats and wooden benches create a sophisticated image with a touch of natural. This is a restaurant that enchants the eye and allows guests to enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience. Ciel de Paris has a beautifully personalized décor and a strong identity. It’s simple but very charming and has a sophisticated but not exaggerated elegance.