Italy’s Armani/Nobu restaurant has unveiled its new look following a complete redesign, which is located at the Emporio Armani Store over looking the peaceful and aristocratic neighborhood of Via Pisoni, 1.
The exclusive Milan eatery now features a large bar and smoking area in its entrance hall, in addition to an extended veranda.
Meanwhile a brand new champagne-colored metallic sushi bar is the centrepiece of the first floor.
The aesthetic is classic Armani, with herringbone parquet flooring by the label running throughout.
Iridescent light fittings with dark wood accents, marmorino plaster walls, woven rope wall panels and natural colors combine to create a luxurious interior.
A special edition of the Hack Armani/Casa lamp has also been commissioned for the restaurant while solar orange fabrics add a slice of contemporary color to the overall look.
Japanese influence can be seen in the restaurant’s wooden ceiling beams and semi-translucent wall lighting accessories.
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