Wes Anderson’s Bar Luce design for Fondazione Prada is just like his film sets: whimsical, retro and detailed. Except you will get a real cuppa here.

No, you have not stumbled into a Wes Anderson film set. Bar Luce, which the film director designed for Fondazione Prada, is for real.

Hey look, it’s the Steve Zissou pinball machine.


a coin for nino rota

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 We’re guessing the jukebox plays cool British hits from the ’70s. (Actually it’s Italian classics)

 “While I do think it would make a pretty good movie set, I think it would be an even better place to write a movie. I tried to make it a bar I would want to spend my own non-fictional afternoons in,” Anderson explained in a statement.

 Even the bathrooms are Instagram-worthy.

 If you had to guess, it’s maybe the lobby of the Grand Budapest Hotel.


Bar Luce

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 Order the Negroni. Definitely the Negroni.


Bar Luce by Wes Anderson at Fondazione Prada. #prada #grandbudapesthotel

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 Swoon. Candy + Nutella.


#barluce #Milan#WesAnderson

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 #JustGorgeous #SoRetro


Details | #sugar #barluce #fondazioneprada

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We know what you’re thinking – you’re gonna steal this.