Elisa Ossino Studio has designed for Amini the new Milanese showroom in viale Borgogna. The space has been conceived with a keen attention to light and matter, creating a vibrant monochromatic box, a sort of art gallery where Amini’s carpets are displayed as masterpieces. The interiors become continuous surfaces designed with the intention of visually removing doors and cabinets, hidden behind cuts on the walls at full height and camouflaged with the walls. Walls, ceilings and doors are in fact completely covered in lime, with the only subtly contrasting output of a wall treated with granular plaster. The three central columns, oval and sculptural, give a strong identity to the space characterized also by a large solid wood chest of drawers covered with bush-hammered stone. It creates a visual line with the stone table, treated as a monolith and further defined in its volumetric presence by a very thick top. The black iron engravings practiced on the doors trace vertical lines that are visually recalled in the railing detail, made of glass just to remove every visual barrier and allow a strong perspective view of the entire space from the entrance. The strong coherence of the spatial set-up is also appreciated in the plan of the small meeting room on the lower floor, which incorporates the oval design of the columns.
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