Miss KŌ is a brand new entry for Asian food in the Parisian culinary map by Claude Louzon, boasting an interior by renowned designer Philippe Starck who took up the whole artistic direction of it. The restaurant’s name and identity are based around the character of Miss KŌ who is described as a young Eurasian amateur artist, “with no face and a tatooed body”.
KŌ is definitely not only a restaurant where taste mingles with the tradition of the 9 Asian countries on which the menu and the concept are based, but a place where all the arts can be expressed in food, fashion, music and design and where experiences vary within the hours and throughout the months of the year. Culture, fantasy and taste collide in this space where Philippe Starck was given the chance to create without any barriers.
A 26m long table runs the length of the restaurant entirely made from digital screens, each playing new channels from all over Asia.
Regis R was commissioned by Starck to design the chandeliers from recycled materials. Starck also gave the opportunity to different renowned and upcoming artists showcase their works in the restaurant and on its windows.
Miss KŌ will soon open in New York and Singapore!