Located inside an old factory from the 1920’s, Carlo e Camilla in Segheria was born from the desire to challenge the classic conception of restaurants, both in terms of the structure of the setting and the items on the menu.

The industrial mood of the location has been maintained through the use of sparse, but decidedly scenographic furnishings, reminiscent of a theatrical set.


The furnishings include two long tables that foster conviviality, both sides alternate between the ’64 chairs by A.G.Fronzoni and Tate Color chairs, made by Jasper Morrison.


The success of Carlo e Camilla in Segheria is due to the precise coexistence of art and cuisine: even while dining at a table, one can lose oneself in the surrounding beauty.

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