Bonaldo showroom by Studio Lipparini, Padua – Italy

September 12th, 2012 by retail design blog

Bonaldo Showroom is a minimal showroom located in Padua, Italy, designed by Mauro Lipparini. The showroom took 26 months to complete, and spans over 32,000 of the 64,500 square feet are dedicated to the showroom. The floor plans are divided up into two floors: the ground floor contains the showroom for public visitors, and the second floor contains the meeting rooms, offices, and company museum.

The minimal architecture of the building was also carefully considered. Constructed mostly of concrete framed glass blocks, the undulating surfaces created unique and irregular reflections from natural light. The front entrance contains 30 stepping stones which were imported directly from Jiangxi and Fujian, China.































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