Ridiculously talented French designer Rodolphe Parente (remember him from here and here?) has sent us one of his latest projects – a super sexy hospitality offering in the City of Lights, which we couldn’t resist sharing. In a new kind of style in Paris, the 400sqm restaurant & bar Yeeels, located on Avenue George V, offers a singular place with dramatically contrasting atmospheres over two floors.

The main lounge on the street level evokes an institutional and revisited classic style, while the bar and the restaurant located downstairs suggest the sophistication and glamour of Parisian nights. These two floors are articulated around a majestic stair, composed of shiny brass oversized folding-screens and an impressive lighting installation reminiscent of a jewel. Deee-licious!

This project was completed in collaboration with Benjamin Liatoud.

 

Yeeels Paris
24 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France

 

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[Images courtesy of Rodolphe Parente. Photography by Olivier Amsellem.]

 

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