De Castelli Flagship Store

MILANO, ITALY, 2013 Milan / Italy / 2013

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The interior of the De Castelli showroom is clad entirely with metal sheets. Made by the company itself, these are used and displayed in diverse forms, formats and finishes. Aluminium lamina walls simulate a cement plaster. On the floor, burnished brass suggests a parquet, with a large carpet at the centre made with hexagonal steel tesserae 8 mm thick. No physical partition interrupts the space. The walls are organised by theme sections: “the achievements gallery”, with images of special projects developed by the company; the sample range of materials; and the “objects gallery”, showing selected items. All these exhibits rest on shelves and supports that enable the objects to be neatly displayed but also easily changed and interchanged.


 


PROJECT
aMDL Architetto Michele De Lucchi - Michele De Lucchi


PROJECT TEAM
Giovanna Latis (project leader), Agnieszka Burdajewicz, Matteo Del Marco


CONSULTANTS
Ufficio tecnico De Castelli (set design, furniture), Produzione Privata (furniture)


CLIENT
De Castelli Srl


CHRONOLOGY
2013 design and completion


AREA
30 m2


PHOTOGRAPHY
Alberto Parise

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    The interior of the De Castelli showroom is clad entirely with metal sheets. Made by the company itself, these are used and displayed in diverse forms, formats and finishes. Aluminium lamina walls simulate a cement plaster. On the floor, burnished brass suggests a parquet, with a large carpet at the centre made with hexagonal steel tesserae 8 mm thick. No physical partition interrupts the space. The walls are organised by theme sections: “the achievements gallery”, with images of...

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