Glitter, neon and acoustic modules: PNY Voyager restaurant nods to Pigalle’s night life

Glitter, neon and acoustic modules: PNY Voyager restaurant nods to Pigalle’s night life

PNY Voyager is the forth location of PNY, a restaurant concept focused on hamburges and this time also on sound. The interior of this venue, located in the district of Pigalle in Paris, was designed by architectural practice CUT architectures.

“The glossy white resin floor, the lacquered ceiling, the silver leatherette banquettes as well as the iridescent PVC curtains reflect and diffract the Pigalle night lights. A profusion of neon signs and luminous signs punctuate the facades in a disparate way in reference to the wild signage of the surrounding shops. Foam acoustic modules crisscrossing the lacquered ceiling incorporate LED bulbs creating XXL ceiling-moldings, while two large furniture -sound walls- made of multilayer white laminated panels, anodized aluminum and acrylic enclosures host the bar and various service functions as well as the speakers, a 1000 vinyls collection, amplifiers and a 7 inches jukebox,” said Benjamin Clarens and Yann Martin, Founders of CUT architectures

  • Location: Paris, France
  • Date completed: 2018
  • Size: 940 square feet
  • Design: CUT architectures
  • Photos: David Foessel
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Entrance area
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Dining area
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Details
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Exterior