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September 2015
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Eugène Eugène, a greenhouse restaurant

Restaurant Eugène Eugène, Paris © DR

In the seventeenth century, Puteaux’s greenhouses were used to cultivate a famous rose popular with perfumers. It is in one of these greenhouses that “Eugene Eugene” has recently opened its doors. A house located in a garden which doubles as a restaurant. The imposing glass chrysalis is supported by a metal structure and allows guests to be surrounded by sky and greenery. The building extends into 2 terraces bordered by allotments. The garden changes according to the seasons whilst inside, cascades of plants and leaf partitions create a warm and intimate ambiance making this a delightful place to hang out and appreciate at all hours of the day. B.D.

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