Terrammare, a new restaurant in the Brera district of Milan, was born from the inspiration of the Darch2 studio of architects Danilo Demaio and Viviana Pitrolo, pursuing the idea of proposing a Sicilian cuisine that combines the flavors of the island tradition, with the contemporaneity of a dynamic and cosmopolitan like the Milanese city. The restaurant is characterized by a simple, sober and refined style created by the combination of reused materials from the Sicilian construction and decorative tradition, such as the ancient cement tiles used to embellish the floor made of microcement with warm tones that recall ancient buildings. Two boiseries with surfaces decorated in microcement give a strong connotation to the room. The 3d technique used recreates a precious embroidery with a strong material effect. The strong chromatic contrast of Corten iron and copper green is interesting. The open kitchen gives centrality to the great and refined culinary art, the heart of the business. The art of embroidery, a Mediterranean cultural tradition, is also recalled in the wallpaper that furnishes and decorates the service areas. Here two large handcrafted washbasins finished in microcement with an intense cobalt blue contrast with gold tiles, creating a pop note in the room. The carefully researched furnishings and fabrics in collaboration with Lab2 by Salvatore La Cognata make the spaces welcoming and warm to give the customer maximum comfort.