Just Cavalli Hollywood
A TRUE CLUBBING WORK OF ART
Just Cavalli is located in Parco Sempione, at the foot of the Torre Branca, a tower designed by Giò Ponti as one of the attractions at the Triennale architecture show in the 1930s. At that time, the tower was highly innovative. Today it is considered a true work of art.
Just Cavalli is fully justified in standing alongside the Tower. It was created by multi-faceted fashion designer Roberto Cavalli, and it has recently been given a new look in terms of its interior design, with consultancy from architect Daniele Beretta. The restaurant has a semicircular structure in steel, with walls and ceiling in plate glass, and floors in teak. Inside, colours are principally black, with the animalier-motif cushions that have become a hallmark of the Cavalli style.
Furnishings and mise en place are distinctive and highly sophisticated. The restaurant has a high-tech audio and lighting system, with fibre-optic mini-spotlights. There are lounge and chill-out areas under the canopy outside. In evening hours, the ambience acquires a mellow fascination with its sofas, cushions, torches, candles and chandeliers.
The new features introduced by Daniele include bronzed mirrors in attractive surrounds constructed in gloss-enamelled timber.