The iconic De Padova red connects the two levels of the new showroom located in the Quadrilatero della Moda. An area of 400 m² in which the collections signed by some of the most important Italian and international designers parade

With large windows overlooking via Manzoni and vicolo Giardino, the new store joins Boffi Solferino and De Padova Santa Cecilia positioning the historic brand De Padova in the nerve center of the city. A space dedicated to lovers of timeless design, in continuity with the imprint left by the founder Maddalena De Padova.

“Eight years after the opening of the brand flagship in via Santa Cecilia with an important space, but in a deliberately hidden position to be discovered with surprise and emotion - declares the CEO Roberto Gavazzi - De Padova is decisively exiting uncovered.

Between Piazza della Scala and via Montenapoleone, it presents a highly visible shop model of a sophisticated and elegant home, dedicated to lovers of timeless design, as has always been in the tradition of Maddalena De Padova.

Our desire is to reproduce it on the most important international squares”.

From the windows on the ground floor and from the large windows on the first floor on which the word DePadova stands out in large numbers, one immediately perceives the broad scope of the space.

The re-editions of iconic pieces such as Carlo and Raffles are joined here by new products: the Paul Smith + De Padova Everyday collection at the entrance Life with the integration of poufs and the modularity of the sofa, the soft lines of the Honoré collection by Elisa Ossino, the measured elegance of the Japanese craftsmanship of Time & Style edition.

The scenography of the interior spaces is made up of the integration of the architectural solutions of the openings and closures of the ADL collection, the group's most recent acquisition in the world of doors and partitions.

The first level is interspersed with architectural elements that mark the products defining the environments.

Also on display are the systems and flexible elements which, presented at De Padova Manzoni thanks also to the sober styling with attention to the smallest details, constitute the proposal for a coordinated combination of elements and furniture systems.