The largest flagship store of WHO'S PERFECT has been officially opened and today we show you the spaces distributed over 6,000 square meters in Landsberger Straße 372, in Munich, dedicated to the best of Italian design and born from the synergy between Skema, Franco Driusso and Punto Ciemme.
The show room is a real experiential exhibition where different volumes, lights, materials combine to enhance the different themes and lead the customer on a journey that concretizes the imagination and the furnishing projects.
SKEMA MATERIALS IN THE PROJECT
The mood board chosen by the architect for the creation of the flagship store took into account both the aesthetic impact and the functional aspect of the materials, aimed at improving the acoustic and sensory well-being of the rooms.
The Skema products included in the project were selected on the basis of these two principles, aesthetics and functionality, which are also the basis of the concept of design itself.
For this project, some of the most technological and innovative products have been selected, such as Evertech Bistro. The evolution of the Nadura patent has led to the creation of the Evertech line, which combines low thickness with great resistance to scratches and footsteps. All in a collection that brings together modern colors and finishes, where the shades of gray and references to industrial materials such as stone, cement and metal dominate.
The outdoor floor Outside Marina Real Teak Oxidized here has been placed in an indoor context. Its realism and extreme resistance make it an extremely functional decorative element.
The LVT Fit.Lay is also one of the most recent Skema proposals. Thanks to the specific structure of the substrate that creates adherence with the floor, it can be laid on top of it and thus make both application and removal very quick, and can be cut and shaped to create personalised geometries. Here it has been chosen in the original Tatami Brown finish.
For the decoration of vertical surfaces, the project has provided for the products of the Vertical line that allow to correct the distribution of sound in the environments. Akustika was selected after a made-to-measure study of the sound distribution of the showroom and was inserted in such a way as to improve its acoustic well-being.
There is no shortage of custom-made elements here, such as the construction of the staircase cladding. For the installation, a wooden floor from the Oximoro line has been selected, made to measure, a service that Skema offers, which allows you to choose colors, finishes and sizes and which goes by the name of Live Project.