published Monday, December 6, 2010
At 39 Avenue Georges V in Paris, on the top floor of a Haussmann building is perched on "39 V", new restaurant designed by Marcelo Joulia and Naço Architectures. A restaurant in height, against all odds, offers no view on the roofs of the city and turns on itself. Organized around a courtyard window and dressed in bright flakes of plaster, the "39 V" is
a spectacle. From the kitchen to the room through the bar and cellar spaces are revealed in transparency, organized into a circular plan.
For more information on the restaurant "Le 39 V", visit Naço Architectures site.