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Milan is known for a sparkling nightlife that offers lively bars, restaurants and nightclubs, moreover some of them include live music, especially jazz music and some local bands. Milan Design Agenda wants to share with nightlovers a few advices. This is a exclusive Milan City Guide .
When the sun goes down is when things really got heat. From rooftop lounges to underground clubs, here’s a look at the best bars nightlife Milan has to offer. Through fashion designers like Just Cavalli and Armani, to the highly awarded architect Zaha Hadid
One of the most In houses in Milan is the café bar of the Armani empire, Armani Café manages to be both ostentatious and understated.
Nobu is located in the gloriously minimalist Armani mall. On the ground floor there’s a bar area full of sleek, elegant tables and chairs. Gentle, earthy tones create a calm, serene atmosphere, a world away from the urban buzz outside.
Gold (Dolce Gabbana)
Owned by Dolce and Gabbana, this fashionable Milanese restaurant and bar is not a temple to minimalism, in fact, the opposite. Gold is bling central.
10 Corso Como
Designed by American artist Kris Ruhs, the 10 Corso Como Milan is a courtyard café, part of Carla Sozzani’s multifunctional arts complex, which includes a hotel, shop and restaurant.
A Mi Milano
A Mi Milano is a bar inspired by Zaha Hadids. Concrete dominates the interior, which is full of sweeping gray plains and a meandering sculptural surface forms the cocktail bar and cash desk.
Absolut Ice Bar Milano
Every object in Absolut Ice Bar Milan is entirely made of dazzling ice.The temperature never rises above -5° Celsius…
Bar Basso Milan
Bar Basso is an historical cocktail bar turned through the years into a real milanese institution.
Byblos Milano was built around the premisse to create a unique place where was possible gather fashion, art, design, music and people form a new dimension of inspiration and entertainment. Futurism arrives in Milan.
Café l’Atlantique Milan
The eye catching chandelier will be the first thing you will see in Caffé l’Atlantique. It has cascades down over the bar, green and glorious. It’s just one of the highlight in an incredibly striking space, designed by young Milanese architects.
Cavalli Club Milan
The steel exoskeleton of the Just Cavalli club holds up its glass skin, allowing passersby to catch a glimpse of the fabulous life lived by those inside.
Cracco Coffee Design
Cracco Coffee Design is a pleasant surprise among milanese lunch eating, its a refined dining area insiede Milan’s Palazzo della Triennale, redesigned by Michele de Lucchi.
This Milan City Guide for nightlife is far from get done…