Friday, July 24, 2009

Prada for fashion

Relating to my previous post (see below) Prada for Art Prada is obviously not just a Foundation for contemporary art but it is mostly known as a luxury fashion label.
Above is an image of the original store in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele in Milan with a sign saying: "Prada Brothers' luggage". Now a five-month temporary concept store will open in Paris at Place Beauvau. Architect Roberto Baciocchi is recreating part of the original Milanese store, as in the black and white marble floor and in the use of bronzed metal to link the present with the past.



First image by Albarosa Simonetti
Following images from an article by Hilary Alexander

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DEEP said...

THE pictures are awesome.. shows perfect idea of home decor..

Maria Killam said...

That building is stunning! Wow, I would love to shop there. Gorgeous!

Meade Design Group said...

This is a very interesting entry - I didn't know that Prada had these evolution and all this story behind.

Well, plus the concept of the store is amazing!

The Editor said...

This looks VERY cool - made me want to google Roberto Baciocchi and find out more......Albarosa - there is always much to learn from your blog. Brava, Peg

Brillante Home Decor said...

Hi Peg,
I have put a link to another post of mine regarding a previous Baciocchi's project.

Cote de Texas said...

gorgeous! unreal.

Fifi Flowers said...

Oooh la la Prada... that store is FAB!!!

sakinah abdul-Jleel said...

I LOOOOOve the shoes, my dream client would be one who brings me a pair of Prada shoes and asks me to design a room around them!

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