This striking restaurant and bar design was completed in 2000 by Jakob + Macfarlane. The architects have taken cues from the iconic Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers designed Centre Pompidou without being overawed or succumbing at all to pastiche. Instead they have made their own interpretation of the ‘industrial’, and using computer technology, created wonderfully amorphous aluminium clad pods to break up the space and also house the cloakroom, toilets, kitchen, bar and private dining room. The colours are a nod to the colours used in the original building, but manage to create their own unique and warm atmosphere for the interior.
Place: Restaurant Georges
Architect: Jakob + Macfarlane
Photographer: Nicolas Borel
Review: Time Out Paris (31 July 2013)
Map: Georges Map
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