stuart weitzman milan flagship store by zaha hadid
stuart weitzman’s milan flagship store by zaha hadid
all images courtesy stuart weitzman
shoe designer stuart weitzman has debuted the location of his 100th concept store designed by london-based architect zaha hadid. designboom had the chance to check out the latest flagship situated in milano on the prestigious via sant’andrea during milan fashion week. the six-window boutique creates a dialogue between the geometric and fluid lines that flow throughout the ornate 3,000 sqft interior fabric of the store. a series of rose gold dipped fiberglass seats and modular display units showcase shoes enhance the relationship between the customer and the collection. glass-reinforced concrete curvatures focus on special areas for display, supplementing the experimentatal materials and construction methods.
the boutique creates a dialogue between the geometric and fluid lines that unravel throughout the space
a series of rose gold dipped fiberglass seats and modular display units
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