Langosteria Cafè - Milan (Itlay)



The interiors, realized by the architect Claudia Ferrario and the interior designer Martina Menegon, founders of Metodo Archinteriors, reflect the eclectic and elegant soul of the café: two splendid dehors, realized in crystal, capture the natural light pouring again inside the place where tones of grey, sand and mud are combined to the oak wood warmth and to the sobriety of the travertine and the burnished brass of the structures.

In this ambient the exact yet soft lines of Neve chair, in black stained ash and black leather, characterized the lacquered red tables overlooking on the Galleria del Corso, creating an extremely welcoming and intimate atmosphere. A new reinterpretation of the classic wooden chair in contemporary vein: the structure is characterized by a frame of slightly inclined, clear lines of various thicknesses while the roundness of the spindle legs and the slim curvature of the back and suspended seat, soften its figure.

Project info
Use: Langosteria Cafè
Client: Langosteria
Interior design: Metodo Archinteriors 
Location: Galleria del Corso 4, Milano
Year of realization: 2016
Porro product present: Neve chairs in black stained ash and black leather