Augusto Srl in Milan at the new CityLife shopping center
The Italian Jesi-based company fitted out as general contractor three important food service formats
There is a touch of made in Marche Region entrepreneurship inside CityLife Shopping District - the largest urban shopping center, designed by Zaha Hadid - that is opened in Milan.
Augusto Srl, the Jesi-based company specialized in turnkey shopfitting as general contractor, fitted out three important new restaurants in the shopping centre's food court: the Panini gourmet format Panino Giusto, the pizzeria PIE-Pizza Italiana Espressa, and the patisserie brand CioccolatItaliani.
Augusto started with the making of the shop drawings, in order then to manufacture the tailor-made furniture, and implement finishings and decorations. Augusto supplied and installed fixed and loose furniture, and technical equipment for food service operations.
The three restaurants cover an overall surface of around 600 sqm and have 200 seats.
The new food court is at the heart of CityLife Shopping District, which in turn is the centerpiece of the urban planning project that re-shaped the 366,000 sqm of the old Fiera di Milano (Milan exhibition centre) area, with the spectacular skyscrapers that stand out on Piazza Tre Torri.
Augusto srl is specialized in turnkey fit-out for food service, hospitality and retail. The company works in Italy and abroad as general contractor, starting from the manufacturing of tailor-made furniture up to internal fit-out and MEP works. Through the years, AUGUSTO's turnkey services have expanded to all food service and retail areas inside shopping malls, motorway service areas, train stations, and airports. The company can boast about having leading customers in all these fields.
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