PHOTO: DAVID MONTERO
Taking advantage of the large glass frame on the façade, the previously very narrow entrance opening was enlarged to convert the whole shop into a large shop window, placing the windows and the large sliding frames around the perimeter in triangular structures and double bottoms.
With a red "Ferrari" vinyl, broken lines were drawn across the floor, wall and ceiling to create an effect of movement that attracts the attention of passers-by and the large number of cars that circulate along the avenue.
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Lighting was accentuated to the maximum, from the ceiling and also at the top and inside the structures, to break up the reflection produced by the glass of the shop window during the day and to create a striking effect at night.
The final touch is a central counter for the two employees, with faceted faces made of lacquered wood, which perfectly matches the design of the Poly chairs by Bonaldo.
To accentuate the visual impact on the counter, several cubic pieces were attached to the ceiling at different heights, made of EcoCero acoustic panels.