Celebrated British designer Tom Dixon and quartz manufacturer Ceasarstone have come together to bring a dining experience unlike any other. “The restaurant promises to deliver a food experience that challenges all the senses in an exercise in materiality, luminosity and texture,” Tom Dixon asserts.
In a 17th Century building located in central Milan, the collection of kitchens will encircle a public garden and a deconsecrated church. Inspired by the medievel elements of Earth, Fire, Water and Air; four conceptual kitchens will create ‘The Restaurant’. Each fully functioning Caesarstone kitchen will chop, steam, char and freeze the freshest produce from the best Italian markets. Each kitchen will serve to it’s own Tom Dixon designed dining area which will be fashioned to represent the focus element.