The founder of Artistic Stone, Peter Maniscalco, has launched his new Versace Palace Stone showroom with help from Luigi De Luca.
August 26th, 2008
The new Versace Palace Stone Showroom opened on 30 July. The founder of Artistic Stone, established natural stone manufacturer and distributor Peter Maniscalco, offers the exclusive Versace label ceramic tiles and stone.
Maniscalco entrusted the design of the new showroom to decorator Luigi De Luca. Learning the trade in Sicily, De Luca has been working with interiors since he was 16, on everything from private homes to the Baroque churches of his home.
The showroom is designed to showcase, not just the Versace collection, but products from ROSSI Stucchi, SELETTI, bathware from PARISI, draperies from VITA and selected furnishings from Palazzo Design Group.
The store’s opening offers a unique opportunity for Australian customers to experience the Versace range and to create their own Palazzo Versace.
The Versace Palace Stone Showroom – 99 Silverwater Rd, Silverwater, NSW 2128
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