Located at Viale Beatrice d'Este, in the heart of Milan, is a cozy elegant showroom by shoe manufacturer Pantanetti. The bright, much functional space is the result of an accurate and almost impossible renovation that turned upside down what used to be a dark, cold, featureless basement area. The project is a joint effort between the designer and the construction firm , specialized in building solutions as well as maintenance.
Overall, the work took less than two months to be completed, turning the narrow basement into a open, appealing space. The interior features neat materials, mostly recycled, such as second hand scaffolding now turned into display tables. Hand painted walls enlarge the space perception whilst the resin flooring, by , brings in a urban touch. Beside recycled pieces, the decoration features modern lighting, including a LED flying-saucer-shaped chandelier. The result? A big success.
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