The renovation services in the Sisley store in Via del Corso and the Benetton store in Piazza di Trevi were one of the most significant assignments on commercial real estate in the centre of Rome.
The former is located in a four-storey, 19th-century building, named “Palazzo Fiano Almagià” and overlooking Via del Corso, Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina and Via in Lucina; the façade has ashlar finishes and shop-windows framed by Doric pilasters. The Benetton store is on three levels – basement, ground and first floors – in a 16th-century building overlooking Piazza di Trevi; the building façade is characterized by the remains of a medieval porch built with parts of Ancient Roman buildings. In both locations, abiding by the conservation constraints on the most characteristic aspects of the façade, the works on the front side were limited to the replacement of the shop windows frames and the reconfiguration of the store access. They included also the renewal of the flooring, the false ceiling, internal partitions, systems and furniture.