More and more culinary addresses imagine their space as global experiences, where the decor accompanies the cuisine. Acumen has compiled three Milanese restaurants with unexpected designs!
In the upscale Brera district, the Milanese burger chain has given itself a new space designed by the Spanish studio Masquespacio. The futuristic decor is characteristic of the design duo, which they have adapted to the historic district with a predominantly green pastel palette. With this new address, Bun Burger is taking fast food to a higher level.
Via Dell’Orso, 20, Milan
Designed by Wes Anderson for the Prada Foundation, the Bar Luce is a total immersion in the director’s universe. A retro place, joyfully kitsch, inspired by the Italian 50s. Between acid colors, Formica furniture, and terrazzo floors, the place invites you to enjoy Italian cuisine to the sound of fifties hits played on a jukebox of the time.
Largo Isarco, 2, Milan
American designer Tom Dixon has created a new experience with The Manzoni restaurant. Just a stone’s throw from the Teatro alla Scala, this space is a combination of showroom, boutique, and restaurant. In this decoration made of marble, granite, and metal, enhanced by a mint green mosaic, the customer can sit down to enjoy a 100% Italian meal and then leave with a decorative element because each object designed by the artist is for sale!
Via Manzoni, 5, Milan