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The pasta startup
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The pasta startup

The second location in Milan for Miscusi, on Piazza San Camillo De Lellis

The design of the restaurant and pasta shop is again by Gruppo C14
Data Pubblicazione: 2 January 2018

At the new Miscusi, designed by Gruppo C14, pasta is still the protagonist.

Two metal signs indicate the spaces set aside for the kitchen and the workshop.

The walnut counter has a marble top. The lighting system is built into a pattern of tubing on the ceiling, set into the warm tones of salvaged exposed brick and the intense green hue of the walls.

The floors alternate different materials, including resin with metal inserts and blanched oak to evoke the tradition of pasta workshops.

A large table in natural walnut, a water station with a marble sink, green shelving and painstaking attention to detail are some of the other ingredients of this new venue.

 

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Zara in Milan
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Zara in Milan

The menswear store at Corso Vittorio Emanuele 11 reopens with a completely updated image
Data Pubblicazione: 22 December 2017

The store with an area of about 1000 m2 on three levels reflects the new Zara image, evolving in the direction of maximum functional quality and ecosustainability, in line with the basic values of Inditex Group.

The elegant interior design of the store, dominated by pale tones and vivid textures, offers a perfect setting for the Zara menswear collection.

The store stands out for the four concepts behind the design philosophy of Zara: clarity, functional quality, beauty and sustainability.

 

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Massimo Dutti in Milan
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Massimo Dutti in Milan

The new four-story flagship store at Galleria Vittorio Emanuele offers an enhanced customer experience
Data Pubblicazione: 21 December 2017

Massimo Dutti has designed a store of 800 square meters whose architecture blends into the aesthetic context of the famous galleria.

The elegant, sober facade reflects the identity of the brand, while the interior design, entirely developed by Massimo Dutti, stands out for the use of refined materials, finishes and lighting.

The floors are in Italian marble in the color beige with linear grain. The lighting system brings out the impact of the collections, while various lamps generate a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

The furnishings include large Krion tables, small armchairs in 1950s style, and carpets.

The new store reflects the most advanced eco-efficient concept of Inditex Group, featuring a series of innovative elements that combine fashion and technology for a complete shopping experience.

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Porro a Shanghai
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Porro a Shanghai

Data Pubblicazione: 20 December 2017

Opening of the new flagship store of Porro in Shanghai, entirely focused on the Italian brand: 6 daytime and nighttime settings, where pure forms are combined with refined wood and glowing metal, in an inimitable mixture of understatement, elegance and savoir-faire.

The living area features a striking System accessorized wall, from floor to ceiling, with the material impact of a finish in Canaletto walnut, and the movement of sliding glass doors.

The area of passage from the bedroom zone to the living area features the Ipercolore cabinet by Piero Lissoni, which plays with the refined chromatic composition of black stained hemlock, and a glossy paint finish in shades of orange, red and burnished brass.

A ‘secret room’ has been set aside for garments: it is the Dressing Room Storage unit, in a large corner composition, made of mongoi, alternating large open and closed compartments on both sides, with transparent glass doors.

 

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