In the heart of the Marais, La Petite Place is a tearoom where you can spend time reading or working.
Ethnic patterns, sheepskin, wood, and rattan, give the place a warm and cosy atmosphere. The furniture is vintage or custom made, and the wooden bar is decorated with a strong graphic pattern.
Fabrics from Maison le Manach, a century-old French textile house, add to the warm atmosphere. The bespoke tables can be separated for flexible arrangement, and a classic, 70s sputnik lamp defines the lighting.
65 Rue Louise Michel, 92300 Levallois-Perret
A little Asian canteen in Levallois-Perret, AMA DAO means, mother Dao. It’s a concept restaurant with an open kitchen reminding eaters of how they used to watch their moms cooking. As they sit on old school furniture, they are taken back to the days of their of childhood. The same cement tiles you’ll find in an old Cambodian home, decorate the floor.
31 Rue du Chateau D'eau, Marche Saint Martin, Paris 10
Right in the middle of a gastronomic market, in the 10th district of Paris, you’ll find AMA DAO II. Its combination of vintage furniture and large tables bring eaters together over a Bo Bun or Pho Soup.
The floor is a mix and match of cement tiles and dark blue waxed concrete – as if it was left like that years before. An open plan kitchen contrasts white tiles with plywood in a ‘science lab’ kind of way.
Inspired by a typical Asian restaurant with neon lights, or a small market in Cambodia, AMA DAO II is a place where people can connect.
81 Avenue Felix Faure, Paris 15
Inspired by the symbols found in an old Italian grocery, LA ROMANELLA combines Carrera marble for the tables, with wood trimmings, and a graphic tile floor.
The wallpaper recollects Fornasetti’s Four-panel città che si rispecchia screen, celebrating the beautiful Italian architecture of the 1950s.
Elegant lighting in the vintage Stilnovo style, complement a custom-made bar and tables.
29 Rue de Duret, Paris 16
The atmosphere at La Gazette is a game of contrast between colour, materials, tropical fabrics, and geometric patterns. Inspired by Art Deco, this warm and cosy lounge is a tribute to Madeleine Castaing.
The carpet flaunts an iconic palm theme reminiscent of the 1930s in Palm Springs. The tables and brass mirrors are custom-made and the armchairs are vintage. A herringbone mosaic floor marks the end of an open kitchen.