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  • Writer's pictureFiorella

Casa Vicina moves to Green Pea

After 13 years in the Eataly Torino Lingotto building, the starred restaurant Casa Vicina has moved and can now be found on the third floor of Green Pea, the innovative project created by the Farinetti family, the first Green Retail Park in the world. The restaurant covers an area of 300 square metres, including the dining room and kitchen, with a view over the hills of Turin and a unique luminosity, designed to underline "the philosophy of respect and integration of man with nature and the enhancement of culture and poetry".

In this prestigious context, together with the Vicina family, I have designed the exhibition of

some of my works as in the previous location. The large space available has made it possible to exhibit a larger number of works, fifteen paintings and three statues, one of which is displayed on the restaurant terrace.

At the entrance on the third floor you will find a work of art that I have deliberately created for this new location and which represents what is perhaps the restaurant's most iconic dish, the "bagna caoda da bere", a reinterpretation of the classic Piedmontese hors d'oeuvre, created by chef Claudio Vicina in 2006 for a project linked to the Winter Olympics in Turin. Oh, I forgot: having lunch or dinner here is an incredible sensory journey through flavours and food culture.


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