Iris Ceramica supports the "Vietato l’ingresso" project by TAM Teatro Arcimboldi di Milano

“Vietato l’ingresso” is the special, unconventional project by TAM Teatro Arcimboldi Milano aiming to open its doors to the public after more than a year of forced closure. A unique initiative involving prestigious interior design firms from Milan to bring new life to seventeen dressing rooms, those magical spaces reserved for the artists when preparing to go on stage.

Iris Ceramica joined the project, making available its complete catalogue of ceramic surfaces and providing solutions meeting the aesthetic and functional needs of the refurbishing works.

In the restyling plan, the Architect Enrico Scaramellini chose the Whole Stone stone-effect in the shade Tabacco for the floor and the sophisticated Blaze Pink decorations to cover the walls and the shower area. Two design solutions that skilfully create a balanced setting blending neutral and natural shades with brighter colours with a glossy appeal.

For its project, Studio Park Associati decided to customise the bathroom walls with the Marmi 3.0 diamond-shaped surfaces in the elegant shades of Platino and Nero. A collection with a retro flavour used to redefine space with a regular geometric format that plays with the light to offer surprising effects.

The refurbishment works began in June and will end in September and, during the 2021 Salone del Mobile the public will have the chance to visit the dressing rooms and vote their favourite one online.

An original project that marks a crossroads between the worlds of design, art and entertainment. Iris Ceramica supported the project right from the start, contributing to the enhancement and preservation of one of the most iconic locations of Italian culture.