Armani reopens the Armani/Nobu restaurant in Milan after a complete redesign over the summer. The restaurant experiences a structural change from its entrance hall, the lounge area to the dining space, where colours in quiet shades are paired with warm, sensual tones – synonymous to the design aesthetics of Armani. The restaurant’s floor reflects a wood-effect herringbone pattern in classic Armani greige, complementing its light marmorino plaster walls, and the lighting installations that are in a moiré pattern outlined in dark wood.
The first floor, covering 280 square metres, consists of 130 seats, a large bar counter, a smoking area, and a temperature-regulated wine cellar. Guests can also choose to dine upstairs, where they will find a sushi bar, as well as a spacious dining area. Combining chef Nobuyaki Matsuhisa’s scrumptious gourmet cuisine with the distinctive design quality of the Armani brand, guests are in for a memorable dining experience at Armani/Nobu.