The Wes Anderson Prada restaurant is a fashion cafe that embodies an eccentric and whimsical design aesthetic. The eatery is located in the heart of the Fondazione Prada complex in Milan, a series of three buildings that was conceived by famed architect Rem Koohaas.
Teaming up with the cinematic icon for the second time -- the two have previously worked on Prada's past ad campaigns -- Wes Anderson and Prada team up for an exclusive dining spot that blends 50s nostalgia with quirky and film-inspired accents.
From its retro decor to its Wes-esque touches, this fashion cafe leaves its visitors with an experience they won't soon forget. The eatery features a large fishing tank installation and pinball machine that are inspired by Anderson's 'The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou' film along with pastries and coffee products that pay homage to his recent box office hit, 'The Grand Budapest Hotel.'