Giada Milan flagship store by Claudio Silvestrin

By : Dennis Franklin | 22 Sep 2013 1:02 pm | Stores / Showrooms

The architect and designer Claudio Silvestrin created the Giada store in the Montenapolese district of Milan, Italy with a stylish interior which makes abundant use of natural materials such as leather or various stone types to create a luxurious ambiance with a lot of textures.

There are limestone monoliths inside which were cast on bronze pedestals acting as totems overlooking the clothes inside the fashion boutique attracting attention even from outside, while the changing rooms have walls and floors made from leather with handles that present a bronze finish.

The retail space has several blocks of cast bronze of various dimensions acting as either pedestals for the products, a bench in the VIP section or as a screen for the cash desk. The geometric theme is continues with the furniture comprised of rectilinear armchairs covered in white leather and one of the porphyry walls has a water jet finish to add an aquatic theme to the interior.

 

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