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Milan is one of those world places, there is a fine and eclectic list of restaurants where you can dine, having an unique dining experience! The tecnique to find the perfect one is simple actually. Your search goes around something like: Milan Best Restaurants, Luxury Milan Restaurants, Best Restaurants Milan 2014, Milan’s Fashion Restaurants, Michelin Restaurants in Milan or Milan Michelin Restaurant! Which one led you to Milan Design Agenda? Possibly your thinking will be upon Armani Nobu Milan Restaurant!
After Summer break an upon Milan Fashion Week ending, Italy’s most fashionable restaurant, Armani/Nobu, has reopened with a newly-imagined interior in Milan. The redesigned space perfectly combines the understated elegance associated with the Giorgio Armani brand with the bold flavors of chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa’s cuisine.
Great care was taken with regard to the entrance hall (380 square metres), which features a large bar counter as well as a smoking area. The veranda, which overlooks Via Pisoni, elegantly extends to the lounge area.
On the first floor (280 square metres), there’s a structure around the new sushi bar, the centrepiece of the design, which is visible from the stairwell and is embellished with metallic champagne-coloured panels. Highlighting these structural changes is an aesthetic that re-evaluates the texture and fullness of materials, with a lavish use of colour in quiet shades – typically Armani – paired with warm, sensual tones.
The floor has a wood-effect herringbone pattern in classic Armani greige. On the light marmorino plaster walls are lighting installations in a moiré pattern outlined in dark wood.A special edition of the Hack lamp in Murano glass from the Armani/Casa collection immerses the environment in a rich and sophisticated atmosphere.
Even the chairs evoke a distant oriental inspiration, with wraparound backs in solid bentwood. Exclusive fabrics selected by Giorgio Armani are used for the upholstery, alternating different decorative designs in which sunny orange tones stand out.
Armani/Nobu new space provides a sophisticated atmosphere that celebrates the world of gourmet cuisine. Milan Design Agenda hopes that we can meet you there soon! You’re about to witness another Milan City Guide experience!
For more about Armani Nobu visit its homepage, http://armaniristorante.com/