Two lights on Via del Gambero in the very center of Rome, a stone’s throw from Piazza di Spagna.

A year of restructuring for the new strategic opening of Vision Optika, a personalized project capable of highlighting the refinement and avant-garde of the collections presented and the exclusive service offered.

A careful recovery of the building’s facade and a precise restoration of the ceilings, a technical design choice that has been able to combine the historicity of the interior with a modern exposed air conditioning system.

The lighting study, developed by the Arteco technical office, has envisaged a system of perimeter tracks together with wall lamps, scenographic suspensions and light-filled curtains.

The original floors have been replaced with 100x100cm porcelain stoneware wall tiles, while the walls have been finished with a cement-effect resin.

All the furnishings were custom-made, some of them using special templates.

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    Vision Optika




    Daniele Rocchi @ Arteco ed ufficio tecnico Arteco


    Black wax iron Pickled oak wood Matt lacquered MDF Tenso acrylic sheet Back-painted extra-clear glass Transparent methacrylate Custom-made wallpaper

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