Spotti Milano inaugurates its renovated spaces in viale Piave 27 with a brand new architectural layout and an enriched selection of distinctive furnishings. The founders Claudio and Mauro Spotti have collaborated with the architecture and design studio Quincoces-Dragò, run by David Lopez Quincoces and Fanny Bauer Grung, to develop interior environments that reflect the new private and contract consultancy service offering, now broader and more tailor-made than ever.
Clean lines, natural light and delicate finishing details have transformed the space, redefining the volumes and creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Spotti Milano always maintains its unmistakable taste, distinguished by a cross offer of furnishing choices ranging from iconic classics to the latest interior design trends, identified by its founders in collaboration with Quincoces-Dragò through a passionate research activity.
It is from this synergy that QD + Spotti is born: a project of boiserie, doors and pivoting panels featuring elaborate wood craftsmanship and declinable in different finishes. The large walnut and straw panels that intersect the space into different ambiences epitomise the importance of tailor-made, the key value found throughout all exclusive consulting services offered by the Milanese store and number one feature considered by Quincoces-Dragò when developing the project.
The excellence of Spotti Milano improved consulting services has been stressed with the creation of a special meeting room dedicated to customers and professionals, where the protagonist is the Duale table designed by the studio Marcante-Testa for SEM, combined with USM modular shelving purposed as materials archive, a recurring element in all the other work environments of the space.
In the side window, the Atoll sofa by B&B Italia takes the spotlight with its light and gentle tones, flanked by the Seryasse wardrobe in ribbed wood by Lema, which stands out for its linearity and warm texture. The living room is completed with two Lina armchairs by Tacchini, upholstered with custom Pierre Frey velvet, a custom-made Tye and Dye carpet by cc-tapis and the QD19 brass and ribbed glass cabinet from Six Project 2 collection, designed by Quincoces-Dragò for Six Gallery. To complite the scenery two vases from Colonne collection by Bitossi, designed by Quincoces-Dragò as well, have been added to the living area.