The pieces are designed to “shape” light, generating reflections and shadows in the gallery space. Items such as dichroic glass, optical lenses and a parabolic mirror are assembled with industrial materials like bricks and iron rods.
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The interior is composed of glossy finishes illustrated with the teal tiling covering the walls, planes and arches of the ceiling. display cabinets framed with rounded windows – each accentuated by a silver rim – wraps around the inner walls of the scheme and offer glimpses of the neatly lined selection of products.
Iron and glass inner doors that are reminiscent of the glass windows of artisans’ workshops and that divide halls and rooms, designer items, vintage elements, soft shapes and refined materials with an industrial ‘mood’ are the elements that create the building’s style and that adjust the halls and rooms to the purpose they are used for.
The project is characterized by a continuous sequences of different settings that, dissolving the corridor presence, give a domestic and contemporary style to the space: the sector conceived for informal meetings with a high table and stools, the lounge area with a carpet and the armchairs, the individual and common workspaces.