ILVE’s Leichhardt showroom was recently treated to a revamp. Indesignlive takes a look inside.
May 9th, 2011
“The inspiration is derived from the vibes of varying cities and the lifestyles of their inhabitants,” says Renzi of where she gets her ideas for the showrooms, which follow a similar aesthetic and yet retain their own particular flavour.
For the Sydney showroom, “the space was opened up entirely with the only partitions being glass, to allow the natural light to filter through the space,” Renzi explains.
“The centre was purposefully left vacant for ease of traffic flow and to afford visitors the opportunity to view the products in situ from a distance.”
The result is a spacious contemporary showroom that conveys “elegance, tradition, grandeur and the ability of the ILVE product to be successfully incorporated into varying styles of décor,” says Renzi.
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