Design Seen: Sicis

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Istanbul
The Italian mosaics company’s new Istanbul showroom features a custom wall panel, in shades of white and gold, that has been accented with an iridescent finish to lend dimension to the foliage and butterflies—all of which are depicted with glass tiles that have been cut and set by hand. In addition to its considerable array of tile offerings, the space displays the limited-edition Trone chairs designed by Carla Tolomeo for the company’s Sicis Next Art division. +90.212.240.25.96, www.sicis.com

 

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