At the Palais de Tokyo contemporary art gallery in Paris, artist Laurent Grasso and chef Gilles Stassart collaborated to create the Nomiya Restaurant. Part of the Electrolux sponsored ArtHome experience, it sits atop the gallery, where 12 patrons at a time can enjoy panoramic views of the city. The restaurant is a simple glass box, with perforated cladding covering the kitchen and preparation area. The glass walls are lit with colored LED’s, making the structure a visible beacon from miles away. Reservations are taken approximately one month in advance.
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