• Paris New York Burger Restaurant by CUT architectures // Paris.

    Posted on 11th February, by Dana Tomić Hughes in architecture, interior design, travel. 4 Comments

    PNY restaurant shopfront

    PNY restaurant design

    PNY restaurant design details

    PNY interior design details

    PNY restaurant interior, wall graphic, black ceiling, light bulbs on grid

    PNY restaurant ground floor, aluminium and marble bar, steel clad stair

    PNY restaurant design details

    PNY wall graphic, cement floor tiles, black table tops

    PNY black and white cement floor tiles and steel stair detail

    black ceiling and light bulb details


    Ohhhhhh, how exciting to kick of the week with another fantastic hot-of-the-press restaurant design submission – you’re seeing it here first folks!

    Designed by the clever boys at CUT architectures, Paris New York is the latest establishment in Paris’s flourishing hamburger restaurant scene. The interior aesthetic is a careful blend of NYC’s and Paris’s combined cultures, aesthetics and personalities, although the designers set out to deliberately avoid any clichés. The black awning and interior ceiling are pierced by a grid of light bulbs reminiscent of the Broadway cinema and theatre fronts, while the black and white cement floor tiles echo signature Parisian hallways.

    Referencing the iconic Eiffel towel and copper-clad Statue of Liberty, the steel structure of the bar and staircase is clad in raw aluminium sheets, fixed with round-rivets typically found on Airstream caravans.


    steel stair detail and upstairs dining room

    PNY upstairs dining room, black ceiling, uplighting, cement floor tiles

    PNY upstairs dining room with large mirror wall

    PNY restaurant cement floor tiles, distressed wall finish and large mirror wall

    PNY mirror detail

    PNY entry awning and shopfront, upstairs dining room

    PNY burger restaurant street view of entry awning and shopfront


    This project took 7 months to complete. Total floor area is 90 m², with project budget of 180,000€ (excl. VAT/ tax). See more fantastic images about CUT architectures process on their website.

    PNY restaurant drawing - floor plans for ground and first floor. PNY restaurant drawing - section

    Paris New York, 50 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis 10e, Paris. (map)

    [Photos © David Foessel. Images and drawings courtesy of CUT architectures.]

  • 4 Responses to “Paris New York Burger Restaurant by CUT architectures // Paris.”

    1. [...] Paris New York Burger Restaurant by CUT architectures // Paris. [...]

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    3. Christiano Lazaros says:

      CLC by Christiano :
      Excellent work. Modern and clean lines combined, creating the best atmosphere.

    4. The chairs in the photo are CREAM, by Calligaris furniture company: Italian Smart Design since 1923. More info at http://www.calligaris.biz

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