If we think of something natural, we usually associate archetypal images prior to the garden of Eden. We evoke something that precedes human intervention on things. We are increasingly discovering how we can intervene responsibly, by anthropizing in a sustainable way.
In a space of concrete, an icon of human intervention, we have combined the tactility and warmth of natural Elm with the brilliance of the special finish with a metallic Champagne effect, which diffuses light throughout the space. In the large “agora” in Corinthian stone coexist the ancestral charm of the material and the hand of man who produces details of undisputed aesthetic and functional value. This is our homage to the “garden of Eden”.