Micca Club has been furnished with the SilverTape interior design of mag0.it.
We chose this tape out of all the other interior designs on offer because it is particularly suitable for winding between the club’s impressive pillars. The SilverTape is actually an extremely versatile and multifunctional material, designed to create seating areas and spaces inside the Micca Club; it meets all these requirements with its organic lines, colours and comfortable sofas and couches, whilst still remaining totally in-keeping with the club’s artistic concept.
The furnishings and fittings are made up of a strip of mirrored metallic tape that winds its way between the pillars suspended from the ground. In some areas it is a shelf used to support stools, in others it floats down to accommodate sofas and finally reaches the ground to become a platform. The other elements that complete the system are the mobile armchairs, stools and whacky accessories.
In solving the organization and distribution of spaces, “SilverTape” creates authentic, comfortable, cosy and fully accessorized lounges. It marks off and defines the more dynamic areas, characterised by shelves and high seating areas from the dance-floor and meeting points.
mag0.it is an interior design studio that mainly works in the entertainment field, offering a planning and design journey that ranges from the most important works from: LinuxClub (mag0.1) to Micca Club (mag0.2).
A characteristic of the planning and design it has carried out so far is to take the use of space into consideration trying to satisfy preferences, requirements and sensations. The work is then completed by reconciling functionality and design.
This has all been made possible thanks to the collaboration of two creators and their complementary attitudes: the various levels of immense experience in the entertainment field of Daniele Ferretto, and the taste and sensibility of interior designer, Edoardo Maria Giusti.
An impressive spiral staircase welcomes the guests in a 600 square metre room. Giant pillars, arches and 5 metre high vaulted ceilings form a maze that leaves its guests breathless and awestruck as their venture their way through the naves of this “Cathedral”. Iridescent, changing lighting colours the vaults from floor to ceiling brining out the austerity of the structure whilst at the same time warming up the atmosphere. The Micca Club has three bars, a stage for live music, a retro-lit dance-floor, an art and photography gallery, a comfortable lounge and a smoking area. At one time, in a Rome that has long since disappeared, this space made up of winding passages and tunnels was none other than an enormous wine cellar stacked from floor to ceiling with local wines from the surrounding hills outside Rome. On the ground floor, where the club’s entrance is now situated, there used to be a point of sale where the general public used to come to buy the cellars’ local wines. An ancient wine cellar in the heart of Rome.