The place was designed by the architect Alfredo Galdi with a simple and refined style in line with the food served and the philosophy of Palazzo Petrucci.
The central part of the structure consists of symbolic installations that bring the sea and the land together.
The sea is represented by a decor on the wall at the end of the room, which gives a stylised and three-dimensional version in wood of sails, framed in sheet steel like a picture, like a work of art, reminding us of the boats of the fishermen of Posillipo.
In this setting the structure is free of any superfluous decoration, leaving the star roles to tasting the food and enjoying the scenery.
The land is represented by the cellar, which can be seen from the dining room through a glass wall; it is also framed in sheet steel like a work of art, inside it the stylised vine tree is the symbol of the fruitfulness of the earth.