At the corner of Viale Vittorio Veneto and Via Manuzio, the project takes advantage of dual exposure and thirteen streetfront windows.
The central focus of the architecture is the relationship with people, eliminating barriers between guests and staff. The result is an unconventional layout.
Dry Milano is a pizzeria in which the classic aesthetic codes are reversed: the oven is concealed, and the monitors show art videos instead of sporting events.
The materials have been applied in an unusual way, with flooring tiles used on the surface of the tables, in three shades, inside borders of rugged brass.
Brass is used in most of the furnishings, including the lamps.
In the kitchen, the chef Andrea Berton focuses on the theme of “different” food, in an evolution of the winning formula of the first Dry Milano.