Architect Piero Zanatta has teamed with restaurateur Giacomo Mannucci to open To The Bone, a slick Italian steakhouse in Berlin’s artfully scruffy Torstrasse. Referencing the pair’s Italian heritage as well as the urban surroundings of its location in the city’s Mitte district, patrons enter via a neon-lit frontage into a space that’s equal parts edgy and opulent. To achieve this, a brooding dark green has been chosen to dominate the restaurant’s walls, paired to an on-trend polished concrete floor and industrial details – custom iron screens, polished chrome – that lend the interior a pleasingly tough feel. Meanwhile, playful pops of colour and texture come courtesy of vintage furniture and art that the duo sourced from antique stores and private households, including a striking velvet-padded bench from San Bernadette-based designer Eusebio Arredamenti and artwork from Mannucci’s private collection. It sets the stage for Berlin’s creative class to unwind and enjoy…Original sources