Milan. A boudoir-boutique in neoclassical style

Stylist Marco de Vincenzo pop up store unifies modern design elements with classical shapes, resulting in a warm and chic appearance.

Marco De Vincenzo boutique

Simple and refined are the interiors designed for the new set-up of designer Marco de Vincenzo’s shop in the chich heart of Milan in via Montenapoleone within the Larusmiani space. The furniture is made from a set of self-supporting elements consisting of metal frames painted matt black and glossy oxide lacquered panels on a large carpet. This one features the printed theme of a fabric from the latest collection of the Sicilian designer. These elements fit into the existing space and become the setting for clothes and accessories, which work on colors and simple lines. The furnishings and selected objects are an integral part of the project, as an ancient capital, an amphora, a drawing on plaster, a coat hanger of BBPR and a Hoffmann armchair, two antique wooden wings, two armchairs and contemporary tables (Marta Sala edition and Tecta), a French iron table. Classic and contemporary elements coexist and are influenced, proposing a neoclassical version of the outfitting of clothes and accessories.

Project:
Pop up store Marco de Vincenzo
Location:
Milan
Type:
pop up store/boutique
Architects:
Leandro Favaloro Martina Lucatelli + Salocchi Studio
Completion:
2017

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