It is a very design-oriented concept store, showing how luggage specialists are now adopting the imagery typical of fashion and luxury goods.
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upervised by Gvasalia himself, the palette incorporates an eclectic variety of materials, ranging from concrete and satin, to cast aluminum and glass, resulting in an aesthetic that pairs references of Balenciaga’s couture history and its original headquarters on Avenue George V in Paris with raw modern design elements.
“Metal Fabric Device” brings out the rich variety of different spaces for each divided area, but also it is connected gradually letting you feel each existence. And also allocating white marble space with bright lighting and hexagonal dark oak space with low sealing height in order by metal fabric, you would feel alternate cozy space and lively space.
The interior has been set up as an amusement park, but one with props that reference the Italian homeland and brimming with coveted gifts. And with so much room available, Fendi couldn’t but pull out all the stops. As for props, a true eye-catcher undeniably is floral artist Makoto Azuma’s giant tree with fur blooming branches which is suspended within the atrium space.