In the world of shopping centres, projections and studies highlight the increasing importance of food courts and relaxation areas.

The focus is no longer just on shopping, but on well-being and the quality of people's experience within the space.

Considering this growing need, combined with the difficulty of managing natural indoor greenery, also due to energy and water issues, it is clear that one of the undisputed protagonists inside shopping centres is artificial or semi-natural greenery.

Ila's history has always been linked to large spaces, and its constant research gives it the capability of also facing the new challenges of interior landscaping, where foliage is part of a broad mechanism that is the meeting point between space, design and visitor experience.

The concept of interior design finds a new horizon, in which plants are an integral part of the structure, and no longer mere decoration.