SICIS_ITALY: ZHOR A NEW CONCEPT OF BOUTIQUE BY MARCO LUCCHI
Zhor recently opened in Milan in the central Via Monte Napoleone, which introduces a peculiar concept of the shop, designed by the architect Marco Lucchi. The main architectural feature of this elegant and unique 'living room' is the centrality, where you can sip a tea relaxing on comfortable sofas and choose a perfume or essence, through a real sensorial experience, or opt for personalized treatments performed in separate rooms, adjacent to the lounge.
The architect has chosen backlit Vetrite Gem Glass by Sicis for the back wall and ceiling, a material that creates the "iconicity" of the whole space, a great scenographic impact. Here, Vetrite recalls the cut of a Jadestone, in shades of green, laid in a mirror cut. The backlighting allows spreading a soft and relaxing light. Around this scenography, everything has been studied and thought to make the environment comfortable and refined. In the middle, there's a large central sofa surrounded at 360° by ivory white display units with gilded details, walls covered in a grey mirror that enhance the strength of the Vetrite walls, and finally a large central carpet with shades of turquoise lying on a black marble floor.
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