interiors allude to 1930s Art Déco motifs and a bold 1970s aesthetic, which merge into a contemporary language expressed through an eclectic material palette and details inspired by Roman buildings.
The color tones of the textile walls are a nod to the tailoring busts belonging to the world of Couture.
The new concept pervades the architecture of the stores, with ceramic tiles covering the façade, and floors defined by iconic geometric motifs rendered in Botticino and Sahara Noir marbles. Elements in onyx and wood contribute to the sense of warmth, elegance and discreet luxury.
Maison Valentino enlisted specialist craftsmen to produce bespoke objects for the spaces: Massimiliano Pipolo created handmade ceramic door handles, characterized by organic shapes suspended between functionality and abstraction, while Fabio Cinti was tasked with creating geometric compositions in brass, decorative objects that merge a contemporary language with an ancient craft. Meanwhile, mobilier Alexandre Logé has created delicate chandeliers made of sculpted plaster, white objects with extending branches hanging luminously in the space.
Enhancing the sense of comfort within each store is the choice of furniture, which includes iconic Camaleonda sofas by Mario Bellini for B&B Italia in bespoke jewel tones, and graphic rugs by contemporary maker Golran.