Vetreria Bazzanese is pleased to announce that it has participated in the recent furnishing of the Acqua di Parma Boutique in Via Gesù 1 in Milan.
The project, entrusted to Patricia Grosdemange, a very talented architect of the LVMH Group, led to the creation of over 100 square meters inside the historic Palazzo Melzi di Cusano, an elegant example of late neoclassical architecture dating back to 1830.
It is an authentic Italian home to live and live in, which from room to room gives a different experience, but always characterized by the welcoming atmosphere of the essential and elegant forms of the purest Italian contemporary design.
The principles of the Maison are entrusted to craftsmanship and precious materials, such as travertine that covers walls and floors, cannulated wood widely used in different environments, and of course glass.
In particular, our commitment was required for the realization of all the glass of the interior furnishings and for the precious Barberia mirrors, which complete an environment structured like a real art gallery, with refined prints on the walls and lifestyle objects chosen one by one.
This further realization at the same time testifies the competence of Vetreria Bazzanese in interpreting the values and artisan excellence of Made in Italy and the ability to always meet new challenges with the proposal of innovative solutions.