Screenwriter and director Wes Anderson is best known for his unique aesthetic that goes from pastel color blocked motifs to obsessive symmetry. Everything is well in place down to the last piece inside the toothpick container. Finding a real-life version of one of his spotless sets would seem impossible, until now.
Bar Luce recreates the atmosphere of a typical Milanese café, pretty to look at from every angle.
It’s a family place where kids and kids at heart can eat and play. Check out the pinball machines inspired by Wes Anderson movies!
Sugar? Yes please!
We love men in uniforms.
Step inside Bar Luce, Wes’ latest venture. Its retro interiors might make you think that it’s just another Johnny Rockets, but know that this joint isn’t your average friendly neighbourhood diner. Inspired by Italian pop culture of the ‘50s and ‘60s, the café nestled in Milan’s art and culture complex, Fondazione Prada, would be the perfect playground for any insta-hoe trying to grab a bite while squeezing in a few foodstagrams and flat lays here and there. Wes says, “There is no ideal angle for this space. It is for real life, and ought to have numerous good spots for eating, drinking, talking, reading, etc.” We just hope the food tastes as good as the place looks.
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