published Monday, December 6, 2010
At 39 avenue Georges V Paris, the top floor of a Haussmann building is perched the "39 V", imagined new restaurant Marcelo Joulia Naço and Architectures. A restaurant in height, against all odds, offers no views of the city skyline and turns on itself. Organized around an inner atrium and dressed scales light plaster, the "39 V" is
a spectacle. The kitchen the room through the bar and cellar spaces unfold in transparency, organized in a circular plan.
To learn more about "The 39 V" restaurant, visit the Naço Architectures.