The concept looks to create spaces of permanence and simplicity reminiscent of classical palazzi.
The article describes the design concept of the Stores, the materials used and includes detailed sectional drawings of the shelf fittings, internal walls, and frames.
David Chipperfield Architects Milan has been working in close collaboration with Valentino creative management since 2008.
His new ‘Supersonic’ hairdryer is a triumph built on £50m of research, 6,000 miles of hair and 600 prototypes.
Lightweight and quiet, with the motor housed in the handle for improved ergonomics, it works beautifully.
Following the store concept designed by David Chipperfield Architects Milan, the interiors celebrate the fundamental architectural elements of columns – each crafted with precision from marbles rich in colour and history.
Film by Raphael Chipperfield, a special edition of the German architecture magazine focusing on interior projects, features a six-page article on the Valentino Flagship Stores in Rome and New York.
Inspired by portugal’s rich material heritage, the building’s skin is made from glazed tiles.
‘Supersonic’ hairdryer, by Dyson Best new grooming product James Dyson continues to engineer air in entrancing ways.
With him genuine scientific and philosophic treatment of the subject begins, and the position to which he advanced it is among the finest evidences of both his encyclopedic knowledge and his metaphysical genius.