Named after the Italian word for Paris, Parigi was designed by Susan Bower of Mitchell Wall to reflect the Italian design inspirations while maintaining a Parisian feel. The restaurant's space is divided into three zones: the general seating area, the private dining room, and the bar. The booths are upholstered in the bright orange popularized by Ferrari in the 1960s. Architect Stephen Leet created the ceiling panels of Italian and French art, fashion and cinema. Todd Lannom, Co-Owner of Centro, served as consultant and provider. This project was featured in http://www.architecturalrecord.com, May 2016 issue.