paris: nomiya restaurant

perched high up on the roof of palais de tokyo sits temporary restaurant nomiya. spawned from the art home [pronunciation: arôme or aroma] concept brewed up by the famed contemporary art space itself and home appliance manufacturer electrolux, it aspires to create unforgettable experiences around food. and the nomiya, offering spectacular views of the eiffel tower, does just that. seating only 12 people, the restaurant serves both lunch and dinner. the 18-meter long structure is made of glass and perforated metal has been designed by architect pascal grasso in collaboration with his brother laurent grasso. the restaurant will be operational until jul 1 of next year. location: 13 avenue du président wilson [champs-élysées]. © florian kleinefenn