Reposi shoe shop by Diego Bortolato Architetto, Alessandria – Italy

November 21st, 2011 by retail design blog

The project consist in an interior and furniture design caracterized by natural wood, oak, oil painted, both for floor and cupboards. the original space, caracterized by the hightness, but also by a low quality of gerarchie, has been redifined by the use of 2 stereometric plasterboard wings. Big mirrors to expand spaces, black paint to dematerialize the original structures, and the neutrality of oak veneered to increase the value of the goods.

The study for the exhibiotion of goods is focused on simplicity and flexibility of positioning during the year. All the lighting fittings are made by design, using leds systems, and the main lamps, 6m leghts are a special project, made in painted steel, with led spot lights and neon lights. The “soppalco”, has been completely covered with oak veneered plywood, and “centilevered” by the use of mirrors, to mitigate the presence of the steel structures. A new staircase is made by solid wood, also on the balaustrade caracterized by a strip led light.

Project: Diego Bortolato Architetto

Photos by: Daniela Bortolato























http://www.architizer.com/en_us/projects/view/reposi-shoe-shop/8988/

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