CONTEMPORARY VERSACE CLASSICISM

31. Dec 2021

Versace is Versace, whatever this brand signs, from jackets and perfumes to beds and the walls themselves. We did not expect anything less from the new Versace Home boutique, which opened this year in Milan, in Durini Street. The historic building with a facade adorned with Ionic columns, behind which hides 500 square meters of the most luxurious retail space, exudes classic Versace elegance both inside and out. Claudio Saverino and Tiziano Vudafieri, a duo of a renowned architectural studio with extensive experience in decorating luxury shops, are responsible for the interior design and architectural solutions. This is just the first Versace boutique of furniture and furnishings, and five more will be opened in London, Paris, Miami, New York and Los Angeles.

Spread over two floors, the boutique is decorated as a home with an entrance, lobby, dining room, study, living room and bedroom, and even a hidden inner garden, whose entrance is decorated with LED lighting and mega screens. The whole space perfectly combines modern and classic, which is otherwise a trademark of the aesthetics of this fashion brand. Provocatively, in the Versace style, the floors of the corridor combine glossy and matte marble, while instead of curtains, metal mesh panels are hung. Typical Versace symbols, such as the jellyfish, are discreet here in order to highlight the design of the furniture, including the Venus armchair, the Venus Goddess sofa and the Stiletto cabinet. The furniture design is signed by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba, in collaboration with Donatella Versace. The range of this collection has recently been expanded and now includes wallpaper and bedding.

Text: PETRA DOBROSAVLJEVIĆ

Photo: e-architect.com

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