Wes Anderson Designed A Café And It's Everything You'd Ever Imagine (Photos)


The set design in any Wes Anderson movie is impeccable. So, it was only a matter of time before the famous director did some actual interior designing.

Anderson designed a café in Milan called Bar Luce, and it is exactly how you picture it in your mind.

The coffee shop, which can be found inside the Fondazione Prada complex, would be right at home in "The Royal Tenenbaums" or "The Grand Budapest Hotel."

Of the café, Anderson said,

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.

Here's a look at the Wes Anderson-designed Bar Luce:

The place is peak twee.

It features soft pastels, of course.

And it has some amazing wallpaper.

Even the sugar packets have been meticulously designed.

I want to go to there.

The cake selection is pretty top-notch, too.

The bathroom could easily be in the Grand Budapest Hotel.

The café even has a "Life Aquatic" pinball machine.

The jukebox is ready to play Wes Anderson-approved tracks.

Damn, I just want to drink coffee and write a movie in this place.

Citations: Wes Anderson Designed A Cafe And It Will Make Your Dreams Come True (BuzzFeed)