Prada store by Roberto Baciocchi, Paris

January 30th, 2012 by retail design blog

The Prada store on Rue du Faubourg in Paris presents a new look after renovation. Architect Roberto Baciocchi made ​​for the implementation of the store designs of both the typical Prada store components, as well as the history of the building, the early 19th Century is inspired. To over three floors and a total of 1900m ² Baciocchi presents a modern shopfitting: The shiny, black and white marble floor standing shelf units and trays made ​​of metal and glass. Wavy headquarters are eye-catching elements in moss green on the surface.










http://www.textilwirtschaft.de/business/Neuer-Look-fuer-Prada-in-Paris_79542.html
http://www.brigadenoir.com/2012/01/prada-paris.html

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