Five years after its founding, Björk Swedish Brasserie, the first Swedish restaurant project in Italy, underscores and expands its hospitality concept, offering more spaces for lunch and dinner.


Björk expands the space in Milan at Via Panfilo Castaldi 20 with the installation of a large panel entirely covered in fabric with dreamy designs: vines laden with exotic fruit and palms, against a midnight blue tropical sky.


A sort of sky-earth curtain, the conceptual center of the new project by Nicola Quadri, making use of Notturno, the historic pattern by Joseph Frank for Svenskt Tenn.