Paradisio is a home theater, cafes, restaurants, and bars. Each visitor to feel the design and interior paradisio like weird but they also feel the luxury that is designed by India Mahdavi on Rue de Buci, France
Architect Mahdavi provided a wonderland of sorts, with oversized furniture, checkerboard floors, and larger than life chess-pieces for bar stools. It was not only the bold colors and courageous use of lines and angles that we fell in love with, but it was the stunning “Sophie” that we couldn’t stop thinking about. A sculpture created by artist Xavier Velhain, the yellow statue was molded after his friend Sophie, so large that it towers above the restaurant and through both levels of dining rooms.
Interior cafe via Yetzer
Paradisio looks to the jungle for its palette. Browns, blues, and bronze make way for the wild abstract animal carpet and somehow it all works together seamlessly. Attempting to create a “stylized jungle setting and ultramodern paradise”, the use of curves envelops the seating areas inherently offering privacy. The lush banquettes and circular lounge chairs are plush and luxurious. Everything about the world below is inviting, almost seductive.
The walls and columns have been enveloped in a “Peacock Blue” leather with studded frescoes embossed into them depicting a lion, a bird on a branch, a flower, and jungle plants throughout the room.
Who wouldn’t want to curl up with a class of champagne and enjoy a movie in one of the many nooks?
“The Paradisio is a unique moment in a fantasy world. autarky king of this kingdom, one can choose a movie and dinner, away from light, noise of the city, making their own privacy.”