CANTIERE GALLI WINS THE FIFTH EDITION OF THE INSTORE INNOVATION CONTEST
Cantiere Galli, the innovative exhibition format in Rome led by Eleonora Galli and her team, received on October 26 the first InStore Innovation Award promoted by Ambiente Cucina magazine in collaboration with Federmobili.
“Not just furniture. The turnkey project” was the theme chosen for the 2020 edition of the InStore Innovation Contest “because the professionalism of the stores is increasingly measured by the ability to guarantee their customers assistance that go beyond the supply of furnishing solutions “.
This theme, then declined in three sub-categories of the competition, is particularly similar to TM Italia’s DNA and we are extremely proud of the recognition of our partner, which we have supported since its foundation and of which we are the only reference for the kitchen projects.
Cantiere Galli Design born in Rome in 2017 in the vibrant setting of the river port, received the category award for “The ability to create an efficient network” and the absolute award as the most innovative store in Italy for the year 2020.
“Cantiere (building-site in English) by definition is the place where projects are built, a place in motion and in continuous evolution – explained Eleonora Galli – This is precisely the modus operandi of Cantiere Galli Design: to support designers in the realization of their ideas”.
The showroom was conceived as a multidisciplinary space, also intended for creativity and experimentation to support and promote the culture of design in Rome.
The team that leads Cantiere Galli Design is, in fact, able to manage complex projects, thanks to a background in the construction sector and an ecosystem of professional skills.
TM Italia kitchen in the Cantiere Galli Atelier
The TM Italia kitchen on display in the store, a D90, has strong references to architecture and offers new solutions in which technology offers an unconventional experience of life in the kitchen.
The materials and finishes, concrete effect eco-malta for the columns, steel for the worktop and side panels, rough black fir wood for the island doors, are strong references to Brutalist architecture. On the opposite, the sophisticated beverage dispenser that can be controlled via an App is totally customized.