Placed in the 200-year-old neoclassical palazzo square in the center of Milan, Italy -- the Paper Moon Giardino restaurant was designed inside a classic building that was originally built in 1830.
Hong Kong-based AB Concept design firm restored the villa, adding gray walls, custom furniture and minimalist lighting fixtures that were all sourced locally. Restoring the structures exquisite original features, the design team upgraded the vaulted ceilings and hand-crafted Venetian terrazzo flooring. Matching the restaurant design's quality to the menu, the designers created a dining atmosphere for a comfortable yet luxurious meal.
With a classic Italian courtyard that is open-year round, the new Paper Moon Giardino restaurant is a one-of-a-kind dining option that is attracting both locals and tourists.
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