Locate in Paris, France
Interior design by Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects
Furniture design by Time & Style

Photos by 11h45

The restaurant, housed in an old wine cellar in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris, is the brainchild of Sota Atsumi, former chef at the Crown Bar. The name “Maison” means “house” in French and reflects the desire to welcome guests as warmly as if they were at home.
The exterior walls are soft white, while the interior is decorated with earthy terracotta, giving the restaurant its overall impression. The shades of color create a rich expression.

On the ground floor, there is a lounge with large sofas to relax and enjoy the time as if you were at home. Upstairs, an open kitchen with natural light coming through the glass roof and a sizeable 8-meter dining table provide the perfect setting for a meal at home.

In harmony with Maison’s cuisine, which is carefully prepared by hand from the earth, craftsmanship is a crucial concept in the furniture, with handcrafted detail and quality that cannot be achieved by machine production alone. Natural materials such as solid wood tables, rattan, and terracotta are blended to create an air of serenity.