Posts Tagged ‘Armani’

ArmaniCasa showroom by Armani, Milan – Italy

July 18th, 2017

Spanning 1,300 sq m and four storeys, the brand new space; after 60 working days during Salone del Mobile Milano; with a team composed of 60 workers, that worked around the clock, is ready to form a new permanent home for Armani/Casa.

Armani / Silos Exhibition Space, Milan – Italy

June 30th, 2015



Armani / Silos in Milan celebrates 40 years of the Italian fashion house

Armani Exchange Blue on Blue Windows by Visual Citi, New York City

June 15th, 2015



Different shades of blue support the denim theme, unifying the three windows while presenting different textures and patterns in each.

Emporio Armani Windows 2015 Spring, Paris – France

May 13th, 2015

Emporio Armani Windows 2015 Spring, Paris – France

Armani windows 2013, Milan

May 19th, 2013

Armani windows 2013, Milan

Giorgio Armani store, Paris

January 30th, 2013

Giorgio Armani store, Paris

Armani hotel, Milan

November 24th, 2012

Armani hotel, Milan

Emporio Armani store, New York

September 26th, 2012

Emporio Armani is the Armani label’s contemporary line, and the new store feels urban and modern, with grey silk carpets and lots of glass. If there’s a certain Euro-sleekness to it, that’s no surprise—it shares an aesthetic with new Emporio Armani locations in Barcelona and Paris, and it was conceived by Giorgio Armani and his architects in Milan.

Viktor&Rolf’s Spicebomb installation by Tommaso Nicolao

April 24th, 2012

The Viktor&Rolf’s Spicebomb Point of Sale launch campaign was designed to follow the originality and masculinity of the actual grenade-shaped product and visual. The idea was to create a high-impact art installation that would be consistent with the luxurious, playful surrealism typical of the brand DNA.

Peek & Cloppenburg, Wien

September 30th, 2011

The 11th World City department store with highly sophisticated architecture of the Peek & Cloppenburg KG, Vienna has now opened to nearly 12000 m². Danube-white limestone and large windows over windows are the defining characteristic. This ensures brightness and on every floor for a view of historic Old Town houses.