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Diego Bortolato Architetto | Spallanzani Jewelry Shop in Milano

Interiors Diego Bortolato Architetto | Spallanzani Jewelry Shop in Milano

Renovation project and furnishing of a historic jewelry shop, active in Milano since 1880. An operation that is born from the relaunch of the retail space, part of a process of complete renewal of brand management. The project includes a complete redesign of the furniture and the existing spaces, dedicated to the sale, display area and private office.

Diego Bortolato Architetto | Spallanzani Jewelry Shop in Milano

© Daniela Bortolato

Diego Bortolato Architetto | Spallanzani Jewelry Shop in Milano

© Daniela Bortolato

Diego Bortolato Architetto | Spallanzani Jewelry Shop in Milano

© Daniela Bortolato

The need of the client to maintain concrete references to history and prestige of the brand, has determined the use of traditional materials such as wood and timeless oak finished with wax, and black metal, combined with smoked glass , both for internal paneling that for the mirrors, and finally the black painted glass for the suspended showcases.

Location: C.so Matteotti, Milano, Italy
Architect: Diego Bortolato Architetto | Diego Bortolato Architetto and Gianluca Re Arch.
Project name: Spallanzani Jewelry Shop in Milano
Photos: Daniela Bortolato
Site Managmenti: Arch. Marco Vistarini
General Contractor: Impresa Contiero – resp. M.Bellebono
Furniture: F.lli GROPPO Srl.
Ligts: CIME SPA – sig. Mauro Stanchi
Time Line: 2006-2007
Build: 2007
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