A women’s and men’s clothing store of top brands is part of a very particular nineteenth-century architecture.
The building, made of stone and equipped with high vaults, was used as a stables and carriage shelter of a neighboring noble palace; the philological restructuring tried to respect the whole architecture without forcing it.
Particular solutions for exhibitions and test chambers have been custom designed and recall the lines of the horse stalls.
Large steel rings that recall the wheels of horse carriages have been designed as suspensions for housing illuminating spotlights in the higher spans of the building.
The new floor has mended the existing one in stone, and a mezzanine has been created where a warehouse for clothing and an office has been created.
A more recent part has been redesigned in a minimal and contemporary way, while in harmony with the historical part; steel, glass, wood and stone have been combined.