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.
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.
Order the Negroni. Definitely the Negroni.
Swoon. Candy + Nutella.
We know what you’re thinking – you’re gonna steal this.
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