Miss Kō Restaurant by Claude Louzon & Philippe Starck
by Ted Savage / March 4, 2013
Long, narrow, and sensuously inspired by Blade Runner's 30-year-old vision of a dystopian near-future, Miss Kō Restaurant by Claude Louzon and Philippe Starck invites passers-by on the ultrachic Avenue George V, 8th Arrondissment, Paris, to step into a wild parallel reality.


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Eclectic decor and furnishings, multicultural with a distinct Asian flavour, a whimsical menu informed by street food, and a program of DJs and exhibits, are there to pleasantly shock the senses. Says Starck: "Miss Kō is a kind of madness that should be a lot of fun." Via Homebuildlife.

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