Milan’s Armani/Nobu Restaurant Reopens with a New Design

unnamedImage: Davide Lovatti, courtesy of Armani.

Fresh off the heels of a summer break and upon the conclusion of Milan Fashion Week, 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. With over 200 seats in the two-story space, Armani/Nobu pairs warm beige and caramel tones with accents of red, and features a play on various textured fabrics. Elements from both Armani and Matsuhisa’s cultural backgrounds also intermingle throughout the restaurant in elements like Murano glass lamps and the re-occurring use of different types of wood. The new space provides a sophisticated atmosphere that celebrates the world of gourmet cuisine.

ArmaniNobu1Image: Davide Lovatti, courtesy of Armani.