Japanese Restaurant at Guilo Guilo in Paris by Cristophe Pillet

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Architect / designer: Christophe Pillet
Project: Japanese Restaurant at Guilo Guilo in Paris, 8 rue Garreau
Website: www.christophepillet.com

Biography: Graduated from the Decorative Arts School in Nice in 1985, Master of Domus Academy, Milano, in 1986. First pieces of furniture produced by XO in 1991. Has been working independently since 1993. He engages in many fields: product and furniture design, interior decoration, architecture, scenography and artistic direction.

He creates furniture, objects, and interior designs for Cappellini, Daum, JC Decaux, Driade, Ecart International, L’Oréal, Lacoste, Moroso, Porro, Renault, Serralunga, Shiseido, Shu Uemura, Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, Whirlpool… He also realises interior architecture for boutiques, hotels and restaurants such as the very hip Hôtel Sezz in Paris.

Comments

  1. Rob says:

    That is badass.

  2. Rob says:

    That is badass.

  3. Gisella says:

    I tested this Guilo Guilo restaurant and I don’t recommend it. The Cuisine is like bad Circus, what you see is not what you will have in your dishes. I don’t know where that chef get his degree in cooking but it’s definitely not the high standard that you can expect of Japanese Cuisine. Average ingredients and poor cooking for a very expensive bill ( 45 Euros). In comparison, AIDA restaurant is a real and very delicious Japanese cuisine from kyoto.

  4. Gisella says:

    I tested this Guilo Guilo restaurant and I don’t recommend it. The Cuisine is like bad Circus, what you see is not what you will have in your dishes. I don’t know where that chef get his degree in cooking but it’s definitely not the high standard that you can expect of Japanese Cuisine. Average ingredients and poor cooking for a very expensive bill ( 45 Euros). In comparison, AIDA restaurant is a real and very delicious Japanese cuisine from kyoto.