Travelers who visit the french capital usually seek three things: beautiful architecture and design, good cuisine and a romantic feel in the air. And during those travels, one of the hardest choices to make is in fact where to eat in Paris. Well, here’s your answer. Located in the heart of the city, Miss Kō is not just a restaurant; it’s a crazy place where street food, cocktails, art, and music meet to create a unique culinary experience. Inside Miss Kō cultures collide, fantasy rules and nothing is what it seems. It’s like blade runner – only happy.
The concept of Miss Kō was absorbed using imaginary female experience, sensory stimulation, curiosity, risk, desired adventure, beauty, and fantasy. It’s a very characteristic Asian environment where shades of gray collide with warm and garish colors and the atmosphere mixes contemporary and inspirational elements of the ancient East.
Responsible for the interior design of the restaurant is Philippe Starck. He has channeled his limitless creative madness into the Miss Kō interiors, creating a place where art has no barriers and dinners are surrounded by endless technology. One of Miss Kō‘s most unusual features is a 26m long table running the length of the restaurant entirely made from digital screens, each playing news channels from all over Asia.
Miss Kō is as much an object of curiosity as a call to curiosity. It is the imaginary experience of a female heroine, a multi-sensorial stimulation that at times seems like a dream that has swallowed you whole and claims you as its own even after you wake up from it.
The interior is an amalgamation of the diversity that exists in the fastest growing cities in Asia; fast, layered, textured, chaotic and yet beautiful. Everything in this interior is an adventure; the food, the art and the surfaces all share the same responsibility, which is to create a moment of interaction between user and space. In the dining room, a few key elements are pivotal components to the interior design: the massive screen bar, the spectacular fresco by David Rochline and the huge teapot-cum-lamp. You are constantly surrounded by signs that ooze Asian ambiance, where you see shades of gray collide with color and the furnishings are a mix of contemporary items and ancient Far East inspiration.
Philippe Starck is a real director and producer of spaces that recreate the pulse of the city, and Miss Kō in Paris, expressed in a number of layers, and the diversity of objects and textures. The designer made this restaurant in Paris one of the things every lover of culture must see.