cut architectures infuses PNY restaurant in paris with subtropical elements cut architectures infuses PNY restaurant in paris with subtropical elements
may 29, 2015

cut architectures infuses PNY restaurant in paris with subtropical elements

cut architectures infuses PNY restaurant in paris with subtropical elements
images © david foesse

 

 

 

the latest addition to PNY– a burger restaurant located in the marais neighborhood in paris, has been interpreted by cut architectures. the studio who have also designed their other two venues, has given this particular plot a different identity and color palette. the playful interiors are characterized by the pastel pink and turquoise color scheme, along with the lacquered steel and mesh tubular constructions. drawing influence from beach huts mixed in with american diners, the tubular structures form the staircase to the seating booths on the second level.

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the restaurant is located in the marais district

 

 

 

the subtropical aesthetic is further highlighted by the cacti plants, reflective surfaces and neon lights that have been added into the mix to reflect the philosophy of the eatery. paired with the terrazzo flooring, the walls are either exposed concrete, brick, or ombre. this gives the overall space a refined texture quality which in turn, binds well with the youthful and busy atmosphere of the parisian district.

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spread over two levels with a bar on the ground floor

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turquoise and pink lacquered steel tubular structures inhabit the eatery

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the new addition to the chain boasts a different identity and color palette

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the tubular structures form the seating booths

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the suspension and wall fixtures are custom made with copper and carousel light bulbs

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pink and turquoise gradients host 3-tone wooden tiles as the decaying abstraction of a palm tree

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white neon tubes highlight the tubular structure and reflect into the mirrors

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the bathroom incorporates neon lighting

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