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Fabio Novembre was behind the interior design of the new restaurant Attimi by Heinz Beck. This establishment opened recently at the CityLife Shopping District in Milan.
The recent gastronomic project is the result of a collaboration between Chef Express (an Italian food company), the three-star German chef Heinz Beck and, of course, Studio Novembre. This is a proposition that finally arrives in Milan, specifically to one of the most well-known malls in the Italian city of fashion.
The design of Attimi by Heinz Beck has several elements inside the restaurant that draws from a concept of time and space. The interior is composed of several geometric forms as well as a subdued palette which is complemented by varying tones of a bright color. It definitely has an urban feel to it while at the same time having a warm and cozy feel to it.
The main logic behind the design of the restaurant is to allow people to relax and live the moment in the present, in order for the customers to not see their passage as a fleeting moment. In short, this idea seeks to help the customer who goes to Attimi to enjoy his/her experience as a gift.
For those who are curious about trying the food at Attimi by Heinz Beck, you can find the restaurant on the second floor of the shopping mall CityLife Shopping District which is located in the uber-modern CityLife residential complex (known as Milan’s old city center).