Zabbara / POINT

© Enrico Muraro

Architects: POINT
Location: , Italy
Designers, architects and artists: Marco Verrando, Francesca Rossotti
Project year:  2011
Photographs: Enrico Muraro

© Enrico Muraro

Untraditional mention to Sicily are the strengths of this project that brings a piece of the island into San Salvario district. The shop is conceived as a bright and cosy space, where quality and tastes find their proper place. Interior design is the direct consequence of a deeper reflection upon mood and colours: the agaves reference (Zabbara in Sicilian local dialect) is clear and globally used on the whole identity project.

© Enrico Muraro

Furnitures are all designed on purpose with essential lines and colours (no gloss white, MDF natural wood and varnished metal shelves) and have a clear but not flashy reference to Sicilian folklore and traditions: the shelves are simply wine cellar modules transformed into design furnitures, while lamps refer to town festivals.

© Enrico Muraro

The space is the perfect setting for an high level selection of foods, wines and other regional products, being itself a tangible transposition of the owner’s passion and care towards her land.

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Cite: "Zabbara / POINT" 30 Jan 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 23 Nov 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=106818>