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Lavazza Collaborates with Ferran Adrià for Its New Gourmet Restaurant, Condividere

Lavazza Collaborates with Ferran Adrià for Its New Gourmet Restaurant, Condividere

Diners will be able to enjoy savory dishes in one space and will be able move to another to try coffee-inspired desserts

The restaurant will be located in Lavazza’s new headquarters in the coffee capital of Italy.

Italian coffee brand Lavazza has been in the industry for more than 120 years, producing coffee and espresso blends that reach over 90 countries around the world. Last week, Lavazza announced its new gourmet, coffee-focused restaurant concept in collaboration with Ferran Adrià. Condividere by Lavazza is slated to open in late 2017 in Turin, Italy.

According to the company, Adrià helped build the concept by diving into the history of Italian cuisine and coffee culture to create a restaurant that will aim to provide a coffee-focused dining experience while tapping into Italy’s culinary tradition and penchant for plate-sharing.

“Condividere will offer a shared, high-end gastronomic experience, in an environment where people can feel at ease and socialize, as well as share and seek quality and love for food,” Adrià said in a statement.

The restaurant’s kitchen will be overseen by chef Federico Zanasi, who has worked at the restaurant of Hotel Principe delle Nevi in Cervinia and also won the “Best Sous Chef of the Year” award in 2011.

Along with its new food philosophy, the company will feature a “dreamlike” setting designed by three-time Academy Award-winning art director Dante Ferretti.

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New Ferran Adrià Concept to Open in Turin This Summer

The restaurant, designed by Dante Ferretti and helmed by chef Federico Zanasi, opens inside of Lavazza's new headquarters on June 8.

On April 12, the new Lavazza headquarters, Nuvola Lavazza, opened in the Aurora neighborhood in Turin, Italy. In addition to housing new Lavazza offices, a convention center, museum, preserved fourth-century Christian basilica, and more, the sprawling, modern space will also feature a major food attraction: a new restaurant concept from El Bulli alum Ferran Adrià.

Condividere, designed by Oscar-winner Dante Ferretti and developed in collaboration with Adrià and Italian chef Federico Zanasi, will open to the public on June 8.

"It&aposs an act of faith towards the future in a world that is so weird like today&aposs world, and today&aposs future is Federico," said Adrià on Thursday at the opening of Nuvola Lavazza. "We wanted to bring something new to Italian gastronomy𠅊 gastronomy that has already offered thousands of ideas. It was going to be difficult. Opening a restaurant is the most difficult thing to do in the world."

While the legendary El Bulli, located on Spain&aposs Costa Brava, served its last meal in July 2011, its legacy remains as relevant as ever. Adrià collaborated with Zanasi to imagine a contemporary Italian cuisine that was rooted in tradition yet still surprising—though certainly not as boundary-pushing as what you might find at El Bulli. Condividere, which means "to share" in Italian, will have no tasting menus, Adrià insisted, as the whole point is sharing. The concept, while simple, is somewhat ambitious, as pastas and Italian food is not traditionally served in a manner that&aposs conducive to sharing, Zanasi said.

"We thought of Sunday dinner with the family," Zanasi said of designing the menu. "Each dish will have a story to tell. We started from Ancient Rome and went to present day."


New Ferran Adrià Concept to Open in Turin This Summer

The restaurant, designed by Dante Ferretti and helmed by chef Federico Zanasi, opens inside of Lavazza's new headquarters on June 8.

On April 12, the new Lavazza headquarters, Nuvola Lavazza, opened in the Aurora neighborhood in Turin, Italy. In addition to housing new Lavazza offices, a convention center, museum, preserved fourth-century Christian basilica, and more, the sprawling, modern space will also feature a major food attraction: a new restaurant concept from El Bulli alum Ferran Adrià.

Condividere, designed by Oscar-winner Dante Ferretti and developed in collaboration with Adrià and Italian chef Federico Zanasi, will open to the public on June 8.

"It&aposs an act of faith towards the future in a world that is so weird like today&aposs world, and today&aposs future is Federico," said Adrià on Thursday at the opening of Nuvola Lavazza. "We wanted to bring something new to Italian gastronomy𠅊 gastronomy that has already offered thousands of ideas. It was going to be difficult. Opening a restaurant is the most difficult thing to do in the world."

While the legendary El Bulli, located on Spain&aposs Costa Brava, served its last meal in July 2011, its legacy remains as relevant as ever. Adrià collaborated with Zanasi to imagine a contemporary Italian cuisine that was rooted in tradition yet still surprising—though certainly not as boundary-pushing as what you might find at El Bulli. Condividere, which means "to share" in Italian, will have no tasting menus, Adrià insisted, as the whole point is sharing. The concept, while simple, is somewhat ambitious, as pastas and Italian food is not traditionally served in a manner that&aposs conducive to sharing, Zanasi said.

"We thought of Sunday dinner with the family," Zanasi said of designing the menu. "Each dish will have a story to tell. We started from Ancient Rome and went to present day."


New Ferran Adrià Concept to Open in Turin This Summer

The restaurant, designed by Dante Ferretti and helmed by chef Federico Zanasi, opens inside of Lavazza's new headquarters on June 8.

On April 12, the new Lavazza headquarters, Nuvola Lavazza, opened in the Aurora neighborhood in Turin, Italy. In addition to housing new Lavazza offices, a convention center, museum, preserved fourth-century Christian basilica, and more, the sprawling, modern space will also feature a major food attraction: a new restaurant concept from El Bulli alum Ferran Adrià.

Condividere, designed by Oscar-winner Dante Ferretti and developed in collaboration with Adrià and Italian chef Federico Zanasi, will open to the public on June 8.

"It&aposs an act of faith towards the future in a world that is so weird like today&aposs world, and today&aposs future is Federico," said Adrià on Thursday at the opening of Nuvola Lavazza. "We wanted to bring something new to Italian gastronomy𠅊 gastronomy that has already offered thousands of ideas. It was going to be difficult. Opening a restaurant is the most difficult thing to do in the world."

While the legendary El Bulli, located on Spain&aposs Costa Brava, served its last meal in July 2011, its legacy remains as relevant as ever. Adrià collaborated with Zanasi to imagine a contemporary Italian cuisine that was rooted in tradition yet still surprising—though certainly not as boundary-pushing as what you might find at El Bulli. Condividere, which means "to share" in Italian, will have no tasting menus, Adrià insisted, as the whole point is sharing. The concept, while simple, is somewhat ambitious, as pastas and Italian food is not traditionally served in a manner that&aposs conducive to sharing, Zanasi said.

"We thought of Sunday dinner with the family," Zanasi said of designing the menu. "Each dish will have a story to tell. We started from Ancient Rome and went to present day."


New Ferran Adrià Concept to Open in Turin This Summer

The restaurant, designed by Dante Ferretti and helmed by chef Federico Zanasi, opens inside of Lavazza's new headquarters on June 8.

On April 12, the new Lavazza headquarters, Nuvola Lavazza, opened in the Aurora neighborhood in Turin, Italy. In addition to housing new Lavazza offices, a convention center, museum, preserved fourth-century Christian basilica, and more, the sprawling, modern space will also feature a major food attraction: a new restaurant concept from El Bulli alum Ferran Adrià.

Condividere, designed by Oscar-winner Dante Ferretti and developed in collaboration with Adrià and Italian chef Federico Zanasi, will open to the public on June 8.

"It&aposs an act of faith towards the future in a world that is so weird like today&aposs world, and today&aposs future is Federico," said Adrià on Thursday at the opening of Nuvola Lavazza. "We wanted to bring something new to Italian gastronomy𠅊 gastronomy that has already offered thousands of ideas. It was going to be difficult. Opening a restaurant is the most difficult thing to do in the world."

While the legendary El Bulli, located on Spain&aposs Costa Brava, served its last meal in July 2011, its legacy remains as relevant as ever. Adrià collaborated with Zanasi to imagine a contemporary Italian cuisine that was rooted in tradition yet still surprising—though certainly not as boundary-pushing as what you might find at El Bulli. Condividere, which means "to share" in Italian, will have no tasting menus, Adrià insisted, as the whole point is sharing. The concept, while simple, is somewhat ambitious, as pastas and Italian food is not traditionally served in a manner that&aposs conducive to sharing, Zanasi said.

"We thought of Sunday dinner with the family," Zanasi said of designing the menu. "Each dish will have a story to tell. We started from Ancient Rome and went to present day."


New Ferran Adrià Concept to Open in Turin This Summer

The restaurant, designed by Dante Ferretti and helmed by chef Federico Zanasi, opens inside of Lavazza's new headquarters on June 8.

On April 12, the new Lavazza headquarters, Nuvola Lavazza, opened in the Aurora neighborhood in Turin, Italy. In addition to housing new Lavazza offices, a convention center, museum, preserved fourth-century Christian basilica, and more, the sprawling, modern space will also feature a major food attraction: a new restaurant concept from El Bulli alum Ferran Adrià.

Condividere, designed by Oscar-winner Dante Ferretti and developed in collaboration with Adrià and Italian chef Federico Zanasi, will open to the public on June 8.

"It&aposs an act of faith towards the future in a world that is so weird like today&aposs world, and today&aposs future is Federico," said Adrià on Thursday at the opening of Nuvola Lavazza. "We wanted to bring something new to Italian gastronomy𠅊 gastronomy that has already offered thousands of ideas. It was going to be difficult. Opening a restaurant is the most difficult thing to do in the world."

While the legendary El Bulli, located on Spain&aposs Costa Brava, served its last meal in July 2011, its legacy remains as relevant as ever. Adrià collaborated with Zanasi to imagine a contemporary Italian cuisine that was rooted in tradition yet still surprising—though certainly not as boundary-pushing as what you might find at El Bulli. Condividere, which means "to share" in Italian, will have no tasting menus, Adrià insisted, as the whole point is sharing. The concept, while simple, is somewhat ambitious, as pastas and Italian food is not traditionally served in a manner that&aposs conducive to sharing, Zanasi said.

"We thought of Sunday dinner with the family," Zanasi said of designing the menu. "Each dish will have a story to tell. We started from Ancient Rome and went to present day."


New Ferran Adrià Concept to Open in Turin This Summer

The restaurant, designed by Dante Ferretti and helmed by chef Federico Zanasi, opens inside of Lavazza's new headquarters on June 8.

On April 12, the new Lavazza headquarters, Nuvola Lavazza, opened in the Aurora neighborhood in Turin, Italy. In addition to housing new Lavazza offices, a convention center, museum, preserved fourth-century Christian basilica, and more, the sprawling, modern space will also feature a major food attraction: a new restaurant concept from El Bulli alum Ferran Adrià.

Condividere, designed by Oscar-winner Dante Ferretti and developed in collaboration with Adrià and Italian chef Federico Zanasi, will open to the public on June 8.

"It&aposs an act of faith towards the future in a world that is so weird like today&aposs world, and today&aposs future is Federico," said Adrià on Thursday at the opening of Nuvola Lavazza. "We wanted to bring something new to Italian gastronomy𠅊 gastronomy that has already offered thousands of ideas. It was going to be difficult. Opening a restaurant is the most difficult thing to do in the world."

While the legendary El Bulli, located on Spain&aposs Costa Brava, served its last meal in July 2011, its legacy remains as relevant as ever. Adrià collaborated with Zanasi to imagine a contemporary Italian cuisine that was rooted in tradition yet still surprising—though certainly not as boundary-pushing as what you might find at El Bulli. Condividere, which means "to share" in Italian, will have no tasting menus, Adrià insisted, as the whole point is sharing. The concept, while simple, is somewhat ambitious, as pastas and Italian food is not traditionally served in a manner that&aposs conducive to sharing, Zanasi said.

"We thought of Sunday dinner with the family," Zanasi said of designing the menu. "Each dish will have a story to tell. We started from Ancient Rome and went to present day."


New Ferran Adrià Concept to Open in Turin This Summer

The restaurant, designed by Dante Ferretti and helmed by chef Federico Zanasi, opens inside of Lavazza's new headquarters on June 8.

On April 12, the new Lavazza headquarters, Nuvola Lavazza, opened in the Aurora neighborhood in Turin, Italy. In addition to housing new Lavazza offices, a convention center, museum, preserved fourth-century Christian basilica, and more, the sprawling, modern space will also feature a major food attraction: a new restaurant concept from El Bulli alum Ferran Adrià.

Condividere, designed by Oscar-winner Dante Ferretti and developed in collaboration with Adrià and Italian chef Federico Zanasi, will open to the public on June 8.

"It&aposs an act of faith towards the future in a world that is so weird like today&aposs world, and today&aposs future is Federico," said Adrià on Thursday at the opening of Nuvola Lavazza. "We wanted to bring something new to Italian gastronomy𠅊 gastronomy that has already offered thousands of ideas. It was going to be difficult. Opening a restaurant is the most difficult thing to do in the world."

While the legendary El Bulli, located on Spain&aposs Costa Brava, served its last meal in July 2011, its legacy remains as relevant as ever. Adrià collaborated with Zanasi to imagine a contemporary Italian cuisine that was rooted in tradition yet still surprising—though certainly not as boundary-pushing as what you might find at El Bulli. Condividere, which means "to share" in Italian, will have no tasting menus, Adrià insisted, as the whole point is sharing. The concept, while simple, is somewhat ambitious, as pastas and Italian food is not traditionally served in a manner that&aposs conducive to sharing, Zanasi said.

"We thought of Sunday dinner with the family," Zanasi said of designing the menu. "Each dish will have a story to tell. We started from Ancient Rome and went to present day."


New Ferran Adrià Concept to Open in Turin This Summer

The restaurant, designed by Dante Ferretti and helmed by chef Federico Zanasi, opens inside of Lavazza's new headquarters on June 8.

On April 12, the new Lavazza headquarters, Nuvola Lavazza, opened in the Aurora neighborhood in Turin, Italy. In addition to housing new Lavazza offices, a convention center, museum, preserved fourth-century Christian basilica, and more, the sprawling, modern space will also feature a major food attraction: a new restaurant concept from El Bulli alum Ferran Adrià.

Condividere, designed by Oscar-winner Dante Ferretti and developed in collaboration with Adrià and Italian chef Federico Zanasi, will open to the public on June 8.

"It&aposs an act of faith towards the future in a world that is so weird like today&aposs world, and today&aposs future is Federico," said Adrià on Thursday at the opening of Nuvola Lavazza. "We wanted to bring something new to Italian gastronomy𠅊 gastronomy that has already offered thousands of ideas. It was going to be difficult. Opening a restaurant is the most difficult thing to do in the world."

While the legendary El Bulli, located on Spain&aposs Costa Brava, served its last meal in July 2011, its legacy remains as relevant as ever. Adrià collaborated with Zanasi to imagine a contemporary Italian cuisine that was rooted in tradition yet still surprising—though certainly not as boundary-pushing as what you might find at El Bulli. Condividere, which means "to share" in Italian, will have no tasting menus, Adrià insisted, as the whole point is sharing. The concept, while simple, is somewhat ambitious, as pastas and Italian food is not traditionally served in a manner that&aposs conducive to sharing, Zanasi said.

"We thought of Sunday dinner with the family," Zanasi said of designing the menu. "Each dish will have a story to tell. We started from Ancient Rome and went to present day."


New Ferran Adrià Concept to Open in Turin This Summer

The restaurant, designed by Dante Ferretti and helmed by chef Federico Zanasi, opens inside of Lavazza's new headquarters on June 8.

On April 12, the new Lavazza headquarters, Nuvola Lavazza, opened in the Aurora neighborhood in Turin, Italy. In addition to housing new Lavazza offices, a convention center, museum, preserved fourth-century Christian basilica, and more, the sprawling, modern space will also feature a major food attraction: a new restaurant concept from El Bulli alum Ferran Adrià.

Condividere, designed by Oscar-winner Dante Ferretti and developed in collaboration with Adrià and Italian chef Federico Zanasi, will open to the public on June 8.

"It&aposs an act of faith towards the future in a world that is so weird like today&aposs world, and today&aposs future is Federico," said Adrià on Thursday at the opening of Nuvola Lavazza. "We wanted to bring something new to Italian gastronomy𠅊 gastronomy that has already offered thousands of ideas. It was going to be difficult. Opening a restaurant is the most difficult thing to do in the world."

While the legendary El Bulli, located on Spain&aposs Costa Brava, served its last meal in July 2011, its legacy remains as relevant as ever. Adrià collaborated with Zanasi to imagine a contemporary Italian cuisine that was rooted in tradition yet still surprising—though certainly not as boundary-pushing as what you might find at El Bulli. Condividere, which means "to share" in Italian, will have no tasting menus, Adrià insisted, as the whole point is sharing. The concept, while simple, is somewhat ambitious, as pastas and Italian food is not traditionally served in a manner that&aposs conducive to sharing, Zanasi said.

"We thought of Sunday dinner with the family," Zanasi said of designing the menu. "Each dish will have a story to tell. We started from Ancient Rome and went to present day."


New Ferran Adrià Concept to Open in Turin This Summer

The restaurant, designed by Dante Ferretti and helmed by chef Federico Zanasi, opens inside of Lavazza's new headquarters on June 8.

On April 12, the new Lavazza headquarters, Nuvola Lavazza, opened in the Aurora neighborhood in Turin, Italy. In addition to housing new Lavazza offices, a convention center, museum, preserved fourth-century Christian basilica, and more, the sprawling, modern space will also feature a major food attraction: a new restaurant concept from El Bulli alum Ferran Adrià.

Condividere, designed by Oscar-winner Dante Ferretti and developed in collaboration with Adrià and Italian chef Federico Zanasi, will open to the public on June 8.

"It&aposs an act of faith towards the future in a world that is so weird like today&aposs world, and today&aposs future is Federico," said Adrià on Thursday at the opening of Nuvola Lavazza. "We wanted to bring something new to Italian gastronomy𠅊 gastronomy that has already offered thousands of ideas. It was going to be difficult. Opening a restaurant is the most difficult thing to do in the world."

While the legendary El Bulli, located on Spain&aposs Costa Brava, served its last meal in July 2011, its legacy remains as relevant as ever. Adrià collaborated with Zanasi to imagine a contemporary Italian cuisine that was rooted in tradition yet still surprising—though certainly not as boundary-pushing as what you might find at El Bulli. Condividere, which means "to share" in Italian, will have no tasting menus, Adrià insisted, as the whole point is sharing. The concept, while simple, is somewhat ambitious, as pastas and Italian food is not traditionally served in a manner that&aposs conducive to sharing, Zanasi said.

"We thought of Sunday dinner with the family," Zanasi said of designing the menu. "Each dish will have a story to tell. We started from Ancient Rome and went to present day."


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