Friul Mosaic has installed 350 square meters of custom mosaic surface for the sumptuous Dolce&Gabbana boutique inside the historic Palazzo Torres in Venice, restored to its original splendor

Friul Mosaic has produced and installed 350 square meters of custom mosaics for the Dolce&Gabbana boutique in the prestigious Palazzo Torres in Venice, after a project of painstaking restoration conducted by the American architect Eric Carlson of the Carbondale firm: a project that is a tribute to the culture, history, beauty and uniqueness of the famous city.



The two levels have an area of 800 square meters, furnished to bring out the beauty of the original spaces, where frescos are lit by Murano glass chandeliers, alongside precious coverings in silk damask, antique paneling and baroque mirrors.



In keeping with the requests of the fashion brand, Friul Mosaic created the custom mosaics over a period of three months of work.

The floors at ground level have been decorated with marble tiles of different colors, in line with the hues of all the spaces in the boutique.

The main wall is entirely enhanced by glass tiles with 24k gold to form a fan-shaped motif.

The room for jewelry is particularly striking, with mosaic walls inspired by the starry ceiling of the Basilica of San Marco.