A pleasant, minimalist interior in which the relaxing natural tones, ranging from light-coloured wood to grey and black, are interrupted by bright, fluorescent yellow accents. The restaurant boasts large windows and a beautiful outdoor space in Piazza del Carmine in Milan. This new God Save the Food restaurant was the second to be opened, in June 2015; the first was inaugurated more than three years ago in Via Tortona.
The interior decor and furnishings of this location were also designed by the Studio C Milano design studio, a multi-disciplinary business whose International team is dedicated to design and marketing and created the God Save the Food logo.
In particular, this project has been taken care of by architect Christoph Schnung and stands out for its cosy simplicity and moderately decorative style, shared by all the furniture in the restaurant including the Seleri chair designed by the Mentsen studio and produced by the Italian Zilio A&C company, chosen with and without seat upholstery and produced in two special editions in natural ash and fluorescent yellow. Seleri even won the prestigious Interior Innovation Award at the 2015 edition of IMM in Koeln.