NEW CONCEPT STORE
For the interior renovation project for the building of the new concept store in Lisbon, Massimo Dutti has collaborated with a recognised team of professionals such as the Lázaro Rosa Violán studio, responsible for interior design; Anoche Iluminación Arquitectónica for lighting design and Jesús Moraime for landscaping design. These teams, together with Massimo Dutti’s internal Architecture team, contributed towards the final result being unique.
Massimo Dutti entrusted the interior design project of its new concept store in Lisbon to the studio of the renowned decorator Lázaro Rosa Violán. A painter from a very young age and an architect by trade, his work can be seen around the globe, with an unmistakable style. An aesthete, versatile artist, he was responsible for giving character to the historic building that houses the new store. Travel and art are two of his main sources of inspiration, and with his incredible talent he is capable of tracing and recovering decorative objects in order to grant them a second life.
With twenty-five years of professional experience the landscape designer (the Castillo de Batres School), artist and multifaceted entrepreneur has designed garden and landscaping projects both in urban environments and in the countryside. His talent stands out when it comes to achieving a balance between architecture and the landscape, spatial fragmentation, the use of water and his vast knowledge of Iberian vegetation. He is the author of several books on gardening and his work has been featured in several exhibitions in Madrid and Lisbon.
Anoche Iluminación Arquitectónica is an independent consultancy that provides lighting design to professional interior design and architecture projects that require their services. Light is an intangible material, very difficult to appreciate and manipulate. This is why Anoche believes that once it has been planned and organised, light can enhance both the interior and exterior of a building, making a difference and moving toward a greater architectural sensibility.