Paris-Tokyo restaurant and bar by Gil Silva Arquitectos, Madrid – Spain

April 11th, 2014 by retail design blog

Design of Japanese tapas restaurant “Paris-Tokyo” on Vazquez de Mella Square in Madrid. Restaurant and cocktail bar located in the heart of Chueca combining Eastern tradition represented by Tokyo with the delicacy and finesse of European cities represented by Paris. Two levels with different environments according to the different cuisines and times of day. Drinks area, in a casual ground floor and a Japanese restaurant in the upper floor.

Designed by Gil Silva Arquitectos















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