The restaurant is situated in an existing industrial building with big windows overlooking the road and an inner courtyard. Six windows face the street: fully openable, they animate and lend brightness to the rooms, creating continuity between inside and outside. Each of them is matched with a coloured curtain, a prelude to the chromatic universe that is a hallmark of the interior.
At the entrance, customers are greeted by an impressive 8-meter-long bar inspired by the Milanese bars of the 1960s, with its antiquated glass background, powdered brass top, and long suspended bottle rack for the cocktail station. The adjacent lounge area consists of four round tables, designed by the architects, finished in the same way as the bar. The armchairs, like the stools in the cocktail bar, were created by an Indian company and are a tribute to Franco Albini, recalling the forms of his famous Luisa chair.
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