Romeo N168 Store by Silvio Girolamo, Adelfia – Italy

November 12th, 2015 by retail design blog

Romeo N168 is a men’s clothing store located in Adelfia, a small town near Bari. The store offers a wide selection of brands, from classic to casual-street, with a remarkable attitude for research. The interior design offers a cozy and unusual space in a typical stone-wall house of the town. The black floor carpet is contaminated by samples of other carpets getting a multicolor and irregular pattern. The exhibition solutions change from area to area to create a dynamic and flexible space. Natural poplar wood, iron and laced glass are the materials used in the project, combined with old recovery elements to create original ideas in furniture too. Black, Klein blue and fluorescent orange are the colors chosen to define the visual identity of the brand in the store.

Design: Silvio Girolamo
Photography: Giuseppe Manzi


























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One thought on “Romeo N168 Store by Silvio Girolamo, Adelfia – Italy

  1. Style India says:

    wow stunning! can’t express in words.

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