If like me you’re a fan of the quirky film director, Wes Anderson, you’ll probably be interested to know that he’s designed the interior of a café bar in Milan. Look at those colours and that ceiling. Sitting around and drinking coffee here might be like having an ‘extra’ part in one of his films. As I have no plans to be in Milan any time soon, I couldn’t resist a nose around Instagram for a look inside.
The director has said that he wanted to create a bar he would want to spend his own real-life afternoons in, and that although he’s great at creating movie sets, this ‘would be an even better place to write a movie’.
It’s called Bar Luce and you’ll find it within a new art and culture complex in Milan, Fondazione Prada, owned by the Italian fashion label. Inside, there’s a Steve Zissou pinball machine, retro formica tables, and a fabulous old-fashioned sweet shop bar.
Even the toilets are immediately photo-worthy.
Psst. Meet for dinner at this restaurant in an Italian cave?