# Cloud.Paris is today the headquarter of the most important companies of the so-called ‘new economy’, in the heart of the Parisian Silicon Valley of the II Arrondissement, but finds its roots in the history of the French capital. Born as a complex of four different buildings, in fact, it was unified only in the 1900s due to the request and necessity of the central bank of Lyon. Within these spaces we also find Bross, which with its iconic Break seats, designed by Enzo Berti, has furnished one of the interior restaurants. The thin stitching on the padded back, which defines a play of lines and volumes, deliberately recalls the stuccos that decorate the walls, offering an interesting connection between architecture and interior elements that inhabit it. A refinement that shows a marked sensitivity to details by the designer, and made possible only by the craft skills in the processing of materials by Bross, a great example of Made in Italy.