The world’s largest furniture design event is back: Salone del Mobile 2017 takes place in Milan from 4th to 9th of April. This is the biggest design event for all the interior designers and architects who need some interior design inspiration.
Although Milan is the World Capital of Design, the city is also known by its gastronomy and because of that we reccomend you some restaurants that you should visit while you are in Milan.
We hope that you aprreciate Italian food and don’t forget to pay attention to the restaurant interior design.
Lume makes the mark for its all-white 40-seater dining room designed by Monica Melotti. The tables are spread out over two rooms and an al fresco area to make the clients feel cozy.
Get inspired by this modern interior design and, at the same time, enjoy your meal which will be prepared by the chef Luigi Taglienti with his inovative cuisine.
T’a was designed by the architect Vincenzo de Cotiis and it’s one of the most Italy’s historic pastry shops. For the 60´s lovers this is the perfect restaurant to get some decorating tips. The plush Kadavrat velvet and the chandeliers create the perfect lighting for a cosy dinner.
Celesio 7 is perched on the top floor of Dsquared2 and it was designed by Dimore Studio. After a hard day at isaloni2017 and want to have a panoramic view over the city, eat and relax arround its two pools this is the perfect restaurante for you.
Michelin-starred chef Carlo Cracco and art director Tanja Solci have joined forces to create Carlo e Camilla in Segheria. It was designed by Solci and this modern chairs are from Cappelinni. This restaurant interior design wants to their clients to feel cool. Expect to be served in a unique space that’s not-to-be-missed.
You just fall in love with II Salumaio di Montenapoleone restaurant design. It’s known for its beautiful secluded courtryard as for its Palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi decor.
Looking for a restaurant that combines food, wine, art and design? Larte is our answer for where to eat in Milan! The dining room is revolve around a subdued palette of ecru and gold and the walls are adorned with works by Italian artists such as Emilio Vedova and Alberto Burri. The tables are from Carlo Mollino and Damian Williamson’s and the chair from Ora Ito.
Located in the top floor, Mudec, brings a high-end eating established to Zona Tortona. It was design by Fabio Rotella and as we can see it has a lickly varnished briarwood panelled wall featuring geometric shapes and brass trims. The main room is divided by three screens crafted from flat brass chains hanging from the ceiling and features oak floors, brown linen curtains, caramel coloured leather chairs, and round walnut banquettes.
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