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issue 40 - October/November 2017
CURVE magazine cover October/November 2017
Inspire  Project  


Italy Comes to Paris

This is one to make you smile! Pink Mamma in Paris is a fantastically fun take on traditional Italian restaurants. With four venues in one building, there's something for everyone with inspirations from each corner of Italy. Big, bold and loud. This is a perfect example of the whole becoming more than the parts! With an incredible glass roof and plenty of varied details inside, Pink Mamma inspires, even if it is hard to decide where to start!

Pink Mamma is made up of four floors under a glass roof. Designed by Martin Brudnizki, the 720 square meter site is stunning. Made up of four trattorias in one restaurant, each floor offers its own spirit and identity, cozy and fun, this is still a place for serious food. One floor is super retro with its vintage tapestries and a sublime central bar decked in yellow Siena marble pulled from the quarries of the Colle di Val d'Elsa, another transports diners straight to Florence, to Camillo's Trattoria, where antique plates hang on the walls and guests can enjoy a plunging view of the big open kitchen and grill.

The second floor features warm colors with jars of fruits and vegetables all of which are used by the kitchen jostling for space on the room's giant shelves; the whole space feels like nothing other than an exciting, exotic market.

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