Posts Tagged ‘Roberto Baciocchi’

FR boutique by Roberto Baciocchi, Bologna – Italy

September 25th, 2017

Nestled deep in the historic heart of this Italian city, a recently opened, splendorous retail space raises the bar in luxury shopping for the entire Emilia Romagna region and beyond. It’s called FR boutique, and is a collab effort of Folli Follie and Ratti.

Prada Store by Roberto Baciocchi, St. Petersburg – Russia

April 13th, 2015

Prada Store by Roberto Baciocchi, St. Petersburg – Russia

Prada store by Roberto Baciocchi, Stockholm – Sweden

February 1st, 2014

While carpeting defines the women’s ready-to-wear and shoe areas, the setting where men’s and women’s leather goods is presented, has a more neutral setting with thin-framed polished steel cases and black marble drawers, polished steel counters and green velvet ottomans.

Prada store by Roberto Baciocchi, Hong Kong

January 6th, 2014

Also on the ground floor the womenswear collection is presented. The setting here is more intimate with walls clad in soft-green fabric, paired with perspex display units, steel tables and plush green velvet sofas.

Prada store by Roberto Baciocchi, Nanning – China

September 3rd, 2013

Elegant niches are carved out from the black marble walls, presenting small leather goods, while the bright red and green colors of Saffiano leather embellish the gleaming display counters.

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 Men’s Corner at Printemps by Roberto Baciocchi, Paris

September 27th, 2012

Working with Prada architect Roberto Baciocchi has designed the recently opened men’s corner on the 2nd floor of the renowned Parisian department store Printemps.

Miu Miu store by Roberto Baciocchi, Turin

September 11th, 2012

Miu Miu store by Roberto Baciocchi, Turin

Prada flagship store by Roberto Baciocchi, Taipei

July 20th, 2012

The curved store front blends harmoniously with the atrium’s double-height architecture. The entrances, windows and light boxes are framed in shiny marquina black marble and polished steel finishes.

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.

Miu Miu store by Roberto Baciocchi, Tokyo

April 13th, 2012

Miu Miu opens the doors to its new flagship store in Tokyo, the brand’s seventh store in the capital and situated in the heart of the exclusive district of Ginza Echogoya.

Prada store by Roberto Baciocchi, Paris

January 30th, 2012

The Prada store on Rue du Faubourg in Paris presents a new look after renovation. Architect Roberto Baciocchi made ​​for the implementation of the store designs of both the typical Prada store components, as well as the history of the building, the early 19th Century is inspired.

Prada store by Roberto Baciocchi, Atlanta

January 12th, 2012

The space, designed by Architect Roberto Baciocchi, occupies about 450 square metres on a single level, and carries Prada ready-to-wear, bags, accessories and footwear collections for both women and men. The store’s elegant and sophisticated outside façade is inserted in a black marble cladding.

Miu Miu store by Roberto Baciocchi, Venice

July 27th, 2011

Miu Miu has opened a new flagship store in Venice. The store is located in Venice’s Salizada San Moise and sells ready to wear as well as shoes and handbags. Designed by architect Roberto Baciocchi, the store features an entrance and large glass display window with bronzed steel fixtures that face onto the “calle”.