Posts Tagged ‘green velvet’

Off-white store, Hong Kong

April 11th, 2017

Golden display units and led lighting add further playfulness to the setting. The new Off-white boutique carries the brand’s full range of men’s and women’s apparel, accessories and shoes.

Bar Botanique by Studio Modijefsky, Amsterdam – Netherlands

July 20th, 2016

Inspired by the old railings in the café, the new railings reach up to the high ceiling and create a clear path between the bar and lounge area. Warm oak plinths cover the floor while a bright green concrete floor naturally connects the different areas of the interior.

Song Qi Chinese restaurant, Monaco

August 14th, 2014

The eye is then drawn up in one seamless sweep along the brass bars surrounding the central table up towards the ceiling and back down along the jet-black lacquered walls inlaid with brass frames and ornate rectangular lamps to the black and white marble pictogram (a metaphor for the Star of Shanghai origami) in the floor.

Pradasphere exhibition and windows at Harrods, London – UK

August 2nd, 2014

Harrods’ windows represent Prada’s multifaceted identity. The hybrid approach, a quintessential feature of Prada’s design philosophy, is evident in the recurrent themes and motifs combined in each tableau.

Prada flagship store by Roberto Baciocchi, Osaka – Japan

July 26th, 2013

One floor up the décor swiftly changes to walls in a soft green fabric with display niches dedicated to women’s leather goods and footwear. Furniture is completed by green velvet seats and by crystal and polished steel tables.

Prada store at Dubai Mall by Roberto Baciocchi, Dubai

December 3rd, 2012

Walls are covered in the hallmark green fabric of Prada stores worldwide, and the beige carpet floor has a green and black border delimiting the perimeter of the two rooms.

Prada flagship store by Roberto Baciocchi, Dubai

June 30th, 2012

Fashion brand Prada was already present in Dubai with a shop-in-shop at Saks Fifth Avenue. But in the boomtown that can only think in superlatives, a full-fledged flagship is the only way to go for any self-discerning luxury brand.