In Paris, perched on the roof of the Palais de Tokyo, the "Nomiya" temporary restaurant designed by Pascal Grasso, is revealed.

Prefabricated in Cherbourg before being assembled on site, this transportable restaurant took up residence on the roof of the Parisian museum until July 10, 2010. Offering a panoramic view of the Seine and the Eiffel Tower, the construction of glass and tin perforated steel can accommodate up to 12 people. Thanks to an LED lighting system integrated into its double skin, the "Nomiya" takes on a pink light at nightfall.

To learn more about Pascal Grasso, visit his website.

Photo credits: Nicolas Dorval-Bory

Source: dezeen

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