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SICIS opens a showroom in the Spanish fashion capital: Madrid

July 2, 2012
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MADRID, Spain -- Sicis has set up shop in Madrid, Spain with a magnificent 250-square-meter, two-floor flagship showroom. The showroom is located on Calle Lagasca 71 in the heart of the elegant Salamanca quarter, a prestigious and important hub for the Madrilenian and international luxury market.

The showroom is managed by Spanish partner Estudio Arqué, who accompanied Sicis with the expansion in the field of art, design and new technologies for the interior design and architecture sectors. The showroom is designed with unexpected harmonies that astoundingly flaunt current luxury design and furnishing trends to astonish exclusive clientele looking for unique décor.

With this facility, Sicis hopes to expose the public to a fusion of mosaic and marble panels, where precious materials, color pallets and models equally inspired by modern and traditional styles merge, and gives the impression of a nineteenth-century painting or innovative and contemporary look.

The Italian maison thus presents a complete selection of its product range: an interesting collage of different styles, design and objects, nearly representing a fashion studio with fabrics and swatches that embellish extremely diversified rooms, distinguished by true Italian attentiveness and quality.

Sicis’ artistic patchwork and mix of ideas on display in the Madrilenian showroom include panels inspired by the East Asian world, carpets made with the precious collection and mirrored Colibrì effect, PixAll panels with the geometric effects endowed by digital art, Flower Power artistic and floral panels, and even acclaimed Cosmati marble flooring, the Basic porcelain stoneware and glass collection and, finally, the colorful and abstract Stripes panels, whose stripes wander in magnificent optical reflections on the window display and interior mirrors.

The style of this Sicis showroom is magically unmistakable and elegant, and the final effect is a look that represents the style of the host city, this ultra-trendy and lively capital, Spain's everlasting soul -- Madrid.

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