Maximilian Basic store by Bartolini/Lanzi Architects, Merano – Italy

February 2nd, 2018 by retail design blog

Created by Italian architecture practice Bartolini\Lanzi architects, Maximilian Basic in Merano (Italy) is a multi-brand store for young sophisticated woman. The interior is the result of a meticulous balance between exterior and interior of the space characterized by huge arches. The narrow shape is emphasized by light system realized especially bespoke for this store.

It is a minimalist and deliberately simple and clear space in which the product is not “killed” by design. The chosen aesthetic of the Maximilian Basic shop is predominantly defined by light colors and simple materials, such as wood, glass, acrylic and black metal.

Design: Bartolini\Lanzi Architects
Photography: Alessandro Bartolini

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