Orchestrated on the top floor of the new Printemps de l’Homme-Printemps du Goût, Perruche does not begin or end at the doors of a simple restaurant. The space embodies one of these modern “places to live, places in town” where the era finds it possible to enjoy, up there, the pretty things of the desire.

The vast roof terrace responds by revealing a city garden. The bay windows open their eyelids, the furniture takes on seaside manners, the colours and materials create a lightness and the hanging garden finishes inventing the little magic of a Parisian oasis. A table at the edge of the sky.

In collaboration with Hugo Toro
Photo credits: Leny Gueta

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