Sheraton, Quattro Passi al Pescatore, Porto Cervo, Sardinia, Italy

A renowned seafood restaurant in the heart of Porto Cervo on Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda

Interiors | Strategy

Can you bring an iconic building up to date without detracting from the show-stopping stylishness of the original? That was our challenge for this renowned seafood restaurant, designed in the 1960s for the Aga Khan.

Quattro Passi Al Pescatore feels timeless. Its vernacular Sardinian architecture appears to have grown from the rocky seafront in which it rests. Our redesign takes the building back to its rustic roots while making the presentation as fresh as the fish on today’s menu. With exposed beams, rough-finished walls, sculptural lighting, and eye-catching slabs of Travertine stone, this is essential, in-the-moment, Mediterranean luxury.

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Delve: A visit to Sardinia
A sense of identity in which the land and the sea, the people and the atmosphere interact and intersect in an inseparable rhythm.
Costa Smeralda is unique: a place of mutual respect between the land and the people who inhabit it.
Delve: Research and storytelling
A celebration of place through earth and water, and of people through craftsmanship.
Delve: An immersive presentation
Our vision is simple, humble and dynamic. We adapt to, and reflect, our surroundings in order to create something timeless that will be enjoyed for years to come.
Dream: Create & develop
Crossing the bridge to Il Pescatore gives the feeling of pure serenity and stillness.
The exterior terrace offers glorious views of the Porto Cervo bay, framed by understated modern timber furniture, woven pendant lighting and sheer drapes.
Draw: Finishing touches