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GDR Creative Intelligence_Issue 54

The white palette and spotlighting in Elle Camucia, a former mill-turned-luxury fashion boutique, highlight each garment and create the feel of an art gallery.

Clothing appears to float in this
all-white Italian fashion store.

Clothes are hung on enclosed hooks and customers need to ask an assistant to remove an item. Furniture has been custom made by Italian designers. The main room has a Zanotta Lama 921 leather chair and rugs made from vintage carpets.

| Elle Camucia | Cortona, Arezzo [Italy]


Ottagono _ Location _ Issue 246

A remodeling project that puts material in the foreground, left rough, highlighting the surface texture. Considering the scant natural lighting and presence of niches,

Artistry and skilled craftsmanship are often the key ingredients.

the color scheme on the walls steered in the direction of light infusion. Decorative choices were customized with an ‘effect of ripped white formwork cement’. Chestnut wood was chosen to fashion the furnishings and table to the custom design.

| Saffron Fusion Restaurant | Arezzo [Italy]

 

 

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