“We envisioned Il Gattopardo to be a salon in which you can dine – not just a restaurant,” the designers told Dezeen.
The studio looked to Mollino’s apartment in Turin for its balance between modernity and heritage.
The inner dining room has curved crushed-velvet seating and a large fireplace
“Modernity, heritage and sophistication are the three elements we think together define the Italian sensibility, which we tried to translate into the interiors,” Dion & Arles said.
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