Hotel - Restaurant & Retail
Made in Italy tailoring productions for furniture and FF&E
Located on the water in Lower Manhattan in the iconic Battery Maritime Building.
Shiny wood, copper, zebra skin or much more are the details that make it unique.
With its name it could only evoke musical taste by bringing it into the furnishing details wisely conjugated by architect Mark Zeff.
From the design of the architect Marcello Pozzi a classical but at the same time modern environment.
The timeless glamor of Beverly Hills comes to life in elegant European comfort with Cipriani.
The boutique of the famous Italian high jewelery brand is a jewelry box, located on the first floor and below Harry's Bar Cipriani. (the space was once a First National Bank).
Is located in the heart of the Principality of Monaco, at the foot of the prestigious Mirabeau palace.
Mr. C Seaport is an intimate escape within the vibrant cobbled streets of Downtown's historic South Street Seaport.
Located in the heart of Soho, on West Broadway at the corner of Broome Street, this casual version of Harry Cipriani offers all the classics of Harry's Bar in Venice.
An oasis within bustling South Florida surrounded by breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay and the Coconut Grove skyline.
Classic Cipriani style design characterized by walls entirely covered with polished wood, Venetian terrazzo flooring and antique Murano glass candelabra.
Designed by Architect Michele Bonan in the classic Cipriani nautical style that fits perfectly to its location of the Miami River in the Brickell area.
Designed by the florentine Architect Michele Bonan, is traditionally Made in Italy and at the same time sensibly modern.
Located in the heart of Dubai's financial district the restaurant is decorated in the classic Cipriani nautical style.
A project that combines history with luxury in hospitality with the restoration of the iconic casino and two new glass towers.
The style of Bagatelle redesigned for a prestigious location such as Dubai.
A classic design for an American style interpreted by the architect Marcello Pozzi.