Fendi shop windows, Milan
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An installation of natural elements – branches and leaves – is floating under the vault of the ceiling as another charming narrative element. It informs us that in this personal place, so clearly expressing the soul of the owner – a real place of intimacy – nothing is artificial, and that design echoes the adaptability of life.
Throughout the space, architects Tiziano Vudafieri & Claudio Saverino have honored the original structure. The exposed brickwork on the bold arched ceiling has been tastefully enhanced with a lightly coloured paint inviting light into the space, thus retaining the building’s original features and ensuring that the bistro retains its authentic core.
The main entrance is framed by a concrete doorway while the windows are personalised with metal python print screens. The two floors are connected by a crystal elevator and the original dark stone stairwell in the original historic building that hosts the boutique, which winds up to the first floor decorated with a luminous Just Cavalli python effect.
Advanced professional-standard technology for the private kitchen combined with a sculptural design, was showcased in an authentic architectural setting. Set in the generous architecture of two diagonally positioned cubes of steel and wood, the 300sqm booth showcases the transformation of precious raw material to a masterpiece.