The New Tom Dixon-Designed Restaurant in Paris

While on assignment in Paris last week I made sure to stop by four-week-old restaurant Eclectic, designed by none other than Maison & Objet designer of the year Tom Dixon.

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The brasserie-style restaurant—the latest from Fabienne and Philippe Amzalak, the owners of Ma Cocotte and Bon—occupies a spacious, corner location in the 15th arrondissement, just blocks away from the Eiffel Tower. 

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Brass, dark wood and marble set a sultry, 70's-inspired tone. Rounded booths, perfect for intimate group dinners, sit below a 124-piece light installation made using Tom Dixon's cell pendants.

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Ph: Thomas Duval
Ph: Thomas Duval
Lounge seating faces the expansive windows—perfect for discrete people-watching over cocktails. 

Ph: Thomas Duval
While the majority of the decor comes from Dixon's eponymous collection, Iittala tabletop and glassware, as well as cheeky Normann Copenhagen salt-and-pepper shakers were chosen for the dining service. French classics—escargot, steak tartare, and pan perdu—dominate the menu, while nods to Italian and English fare are scattered throughout.

Eclectic
2 Rue Linois, 75015 Paris
Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner: 8 am - 12 pm
I'm the Market Editor on Lonny.com.
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