artemest galleria opens in west chelsea, manhattan
Artemest, the net platform showcasing modern Italian design, unveils its reimagined gallery house, Artemest Galleria, in West Chelsea, Manhattan. Designed and curated by Italian architect and inside decorator Samuele Brianza, the revitalized house revolves across the query ‘What makes Italian design so particular?’. The reply comes within the type of a thoughtfully curated exhibition that includes furnishings, lighting, and objects crafted from conventional supplies utilizing strategies representing varied areas of Italy.
the inside of the revitalized Artemest Galleria in West Chelsea | all photographs by William Jess Laird
Samuele Brianza crafts Italian class in Manhattan
The redesign of the Artemest Galleria (discover extra right here) was carried out by Samuele Brianza (discover extra right here) in collaboration with the platform’s founder and inventive director, Ippolita Rostagno. The gallery gives guests the chance to view a chic inside consisting of assorted items of furnishings, and ornamental objects created by over 50 Italian designers.
Impressed by Milanese interiors, the room is embellished with materials by Rubelli and Bevilacqua. Polished Veneziano stucco surfaces are framed by waxed oak and contrasted with heat lime surfaces harking back to Milanese villas. In the principle space, a customized walnut counter carved by grasp craftsman Giuseppe Rvadossi is used to show ornamental items. All through the gallery, earthy tones recall the hills of Tuscany, whereas inviting armchairs and sofas are gently positioned between intricate room dividers. Above, chandeliers with floral motifs draw the attention and illuminate a choice of objects produced from Murano glass, terracotta, hand-painted ceramics and silver.
‘Working between Milan and my house base of Manhattan provides me a singular and really world perspective on what Italian design means and the way we will talk this ethos in only one exhibition,’ shares Brianza. ‘I centered on the core values intrinsic to Italian magnificence in design, I thought-about the weather of tactile and visible nuances, placing the fragile stability between type, perform, irony and reminiscence’.
the house revolves across the query ‘what makes Italian design so particular?’
polished Veneziano stucco surfaces are framed by waxed oak and contrasted with heat lime surfaces
the gallery showcases furnishings and ornamental objects created by over 50 Italian designers
chandeliers with floral motifs illuminate a choice of objects produced from Murano glass, terracotta, and silver