If you’re an interior design lover, you know one of the biggest events in the world of furniture is happening at the minute in Milan: Salone del Mobile 2017. It is a week packed with events and exhibitions where anyone on the international furniture design and manufacturing scene comes together to keep up with the latest trends in the field.
If you’re attending this famous trade show in Milan, you’re probably looking for the best places to eat or have a drink in this beautiful city. In a country that has one of the finest cuisines in the world, Milan offers amazing restaurants and bars not only when it comes to the food but also the stunning design.
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This restaurant interior was designed by director Wes Anderson. With green as the base colour, it includes stunning patterned wallpaper prints, Formica chairs, terrazzo floors and pinball machines that create an atmosphere with a quirky, retro feel.
This is one of our absolute favorite restaurant interiors in Milan. It was designed by local architect Vincenzo de Cotiis who gave the space a 1960s retro Italian flair mixed with the designer’s signature edge. It has a mix of white and black marble on the floor, sophisticated upholstery and modern suspension lights.
Ceresio is located on the rooftop of fashion label Dsquared2’s headquarters and it has a stunning view over Milan. The restaurant, designed by Dimore Studio, has a polished, clean-lined design that almost feels like being transported to midcentury Palm Springs with an Italian twist.
iL Bar at Bulgari Milan Hotel
There isn’t a more picturesque cocktail hour in town than the one at il Bar—the hidden garden lined with boxwood topiaries at the Bulgari Hotel.
Envisioned by design firm Studio Peregalli, this Art Deco jewel box on the top floor of the Museo del Novecento overlooks the stunning Piazza del Duomo. A gleaming cocktail bar is surrounded with 1930s decorative touches and walls covered with geometric patterns.
Named after a Northern Italian aperitif, Ugo serves craft cocktails in a dimly lit warren of rooms just off the Naviglio Grande.
Mudec is Milan’s first museum dedicated to culture. Though the museum and its wavy walled interiors are worth a quick visit, the space’s main attraction is its top floor restaurant that brings a high-end eating establishment to Zona Tortona for the first time.
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