The inspiration for the design of the Dolce & Gabbana boutique in Milan found its source in Italian Baroque churches.
To create a dramatic contrast to the pure geometries of the contemporary architecture, a selection of 18th century antique Italian baroque mirrors, tables and porticos are positioned in the spaces. Each floor terminates with a curved apse-like chapel. Thick and robust, these massive curved walls are finished differently on each level in polished red jasper marble or lacquered Radica wood serving as rich and colorful powerful backdrops for the collections of clothing, accessories and jewelry.
The entry level is dedicated to the women’s fashion. On this level, positioned between each window is a cadence of floor-to-ceiling confessional-like boxes.
The overall spatial approach is minimal in form but maximal in materiality, color and texture reflecting the identity and values of the Dolce & Gabbana brand
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