Spazio Di. showroom by Silvio Girolamo, Bitonto – Italy

May 2nd, 2016 by retail design blog

Spazio Di. is an important showroom near Bari, in Puglia. The project interests a new exhibition area of about 25 mq. The approach to the project was intentionally dosed by the use of a simplified color palette preferring the warm tones of light walnut and terracotta opposed to intense black lines and stripes that always gives a modern touch to the space.

The entrance is marked by a neon sign positioned on a polycarbonate support that serves as an architrave. The black carpet strips, over the old floor, marks the walkway paths and gives a pleasing graphic pattern. The linear hangers follows the perimeter but, in certain points, change their movements in order to create a different altitude section.

In the central block, instead, two identical structures, characterized by a curve as a support, delimit a work table. This simplicity of the forms and movements is contaminated from the entrance on the scene of vases and pottery shards integrated in the structures investing the space of a new emotional charge.

Designed by Silvio Girolamo
Photography by Giuseppe Manzi

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