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Architrend Architecture | Primopiano Store

Interiors Architrend Architecture | Primopiano Store

Architrend Architecture | Primopiano StoreThe overall design process, from the thoughts and design plan at the initial stage to the construction of a high-quality and valuable building, takes catering for the client’s demands of the location and environment as a starting point, which are all reflected in the design process.

Architrend Architecture | Primopiano Store

© Umberto Agnello

Architrend Architecture | Primopiano Store

© Umberto Agnello

Architrend Architecture | Primopiano Store

© Umberto Agnello

The designer has tried multi-disciplinary design to attempt to achieve the maximum effect with the minimal forms. The designer has made perfect interpretation of the classic match of black and white and with the strong contrast of black and white, presented a modern simple space of surreal colors.

Architrend Architecture | Primopiano Store

© Umberto Agnello

Architrend Architecture | Primopiano Store

© Umberto Agnello

The black spiral staircase in the center of the hall spirals up towards the upstairs, arousing people’s desire to stepping on it. Extensive cold tone of black and white has made the space brighter and more spacious, which makes it easy for customers passing by to see clearly the shoes and bags in the store and motivates their desire to buy.

Location: Ragusa, Sicily
Design: Architrend Architecture | Gaetano Manganello & Carmelo Tumino
Completed: 2009
Area Store: sqm 420
Photo: Umberto Agnello
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