Paris

About a month ago I was surfing another blog...whose name I can't remember for the life of me.  Anyway, it had these brilliant pictures of an amazing restaurant in Paris. Yesterday, I saw the same restaurant in Travel and Leisure's March issue.  I'm sure it'll now be booked forever.


Art Home is a temporary, functional work of art created by Electrolux and Palais de Tokyo in Paris.  When I showed my husband the blog he said "that is where we'll have our wedding reception for a very limited crowd".  (We had a civil marriage in 2007 but we are still planning a church wedding for the future.) 


I just found out the restaurant will only be open until July 2010.  I really, really wanted to experience this place.  It's a cooking school, dining experience with an indescribable view.  It's breath taking.    It's all my passions rolled into one.  


Well, the best I can do is post pictures here so I have something to reference when planning our wedding.

pictures by Kleinefenn





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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Paris

About a month ago I was surfing another blog...whose name I can't remember for the life of me.  Anyway, it had these brilliant pictures of an amazing restaurant in Paris. Yesterday, I saw the same restaurant in Travel and Leisure's March issue.  I'm sure it'll now be booked forever.


Art Home is a temporary, functional work of art created by Electrolux and Palais de Tokyo in Paris.  When I showed my husband the blog he said "that is where we'll have our wedding reception for a very limited crowd".  (We had a civil marriage in 2007 but we are still planning a church wedding for the future.) 


I just found out the restaurant will only be open until July 2010.  I really, really wanted to experience this place.  It's a cooking school, dining experience with an indescribable view.  It's breath taking.    It's all my passions rolled into one.  


Well, the best I can do is post pictures here so I have something to reference when planning our wedding.

pictures by Kleinefenn





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