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Milan-based interior Designer Vincenzo de Cotiis is known for his interiors projects for private homes and luxury hospitality…But there is one that deserves your attention this weekend, T’a Milano Restaurant! Enjoy Vincenzo’s first Milan Interior Designers report!
As the scions to Alemagna – one of Italy’s most historic pastry shops – Milanese brothers Tancredi and Alberto were born with chocolate in their blood. Though their family sold its illustrious company to packaged-good giant Nestlé in the 1990s, the brothers planted their own flag in the boutique chocolate business seven years ago with a niche label called T’a.
Now, their artisan-made chocolate has its first home inside a new bistro in Milan’s city centre.
Designed by local Milan Interior Designer/Architect Vincenzo de Cotiis, the interior of the delectable chocolate shop-cum-restaurant has a 1960s retro Italian flair mixed with de Cotiis’ signature edge; thick slabs of marble and oxidised metal can be seen on custom made furniture, the banquettes are covered in plush Kavadrat velvet and the dramatic chandeliers create the perfect lighting for a cosy dinner or well-stocked aperitivo.
With its velvet banquettes, marble floors and brass accents – courtesy of Milan Interior Designer Vincenzo De Cotiis – the T’a flagship store and bistro’s chic, luxury minimalist interior is as much of a drawcard as the Italian artisan chocolatier’s decadent desserts and pastries.
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