The Paris New-York restaurant designed by Cut Architectures specializes in burgers and offers a place combining Parisian and New-Yorkers spirit and mind without falling into the cliches of the genre.
A black ceiling dressed with bulbs and a floor tiled with cements geometric patterns recall broadway. The provision mirrors facilitates dialogue between the patina of the walls and the fuselage of the bar and the staircase leading to the upstairs room. Dressed in riveted aluminum, the bar is monolithic telescope of the staircase whose aesthetic is reminiscent of the U.S. Air Stream. The steel structure of the staircase is visible from inside kept reminding workshop bays and structures Eiffel.
Photography by David Foessel