|PROJECT NAME||Pomellato Boutique|
|SQ. FT.||2,400 SQF|
It's also been known for a somber palette, heavy on the lacquered wood and black granite and terrazzo. Establishing a very different tone, the Pomellato in L.A. is as light as a foamy cappuccino-all Venetian plaster and French limestone. Labo principal Rafaella Bortoluzzi calls the aesthetic "a contrast between the natural and the artificial." The latter comes into play with immense black-lacquered frames, mirror, and wall coverings in gold mesh and velvet. Seating by Patricia Urquiola and Vico Magistretti completes the brilliantly sunny setting, which, at 2,400 square feet on two floors overlooking Rodeo Drive, is also the largest Pomellato yet.