Bisazza participated in the Fuorisalone by creating an installation in collaboration with an American magazine, Surface.
"The Diner", as this project was called, is a contemporary interpretation of the classic American restaurant found near major highways. Designed by architect David Rockwell, the restaurant was furnished with some of the most significant pieces made by Bisazza, a partner and sponsor of the project.
Specifically, the brand decorated one of the walls in the restaurant with Pass Desert, a model of mosaic designed also by Rockwell for the Bisazza collection Cementiles.
Located in Via Ferrante Aporti 15, the restaurant was inserted into a historical vault under the train station Milano Centrale, and during the Salone it was a popular meeting point.
The project was successful, undoubtedly, and Bisazza furnishings were perfectly suited for it. They became the main attraction of an experiential "road trip" through the main cultural characteristics of the American diner.