The Curno Shopping Center (BG), previously the subject of a significant installation of semi-natural maple trees by Ila, has recently completed a further interior landscaping project. This time, adorning the ceiling of a connecting gallery between the newly constructed food court and the main body of the commercial complex.

Seven droplets, divided into three different color themes and plant species, inhabit the space, creating a visual path that guides visitors between the two different sections of the Center.

The wooden structure of each element forms a sinuous and organic shape, complemented by LEDs that project light onto the ceiling, bringing the installation to life with a light and scenic touch.

Attention to design, the complete absence of maintenance, and Ila's expertise in the field have enabled the creation of a unique and enduring environment, adding new nuances to the concept of a vertical garden.