Monday, 12 September 2016 09:21

A new images for Prada in Manila

Prada celebrates the reopening of its recently expanded and renovated store inside the prestigious Greenbelt Ayala Center department store in Manila, Philippines.

 The space, designed by architect Roberto Baciocchi, covers a total area of approximately 200 square metres on a single level and houses the women’s and men’s leather goods, accessories and footwear collections.

The external façade, of remarkable visual impact, is composed of an interplay of light- boxes, completed by a backlit white canvas curtain enclosed in a crystal box. The internal façade echoes the motif of the exterior and features two large entrances and a series of display windows.

The first entrance, defined by the signature black-and-white marble chequered flooring – a legacy of Prada’s identity worldwide – opens up on an area dedicated to the women’s leather goods collections. A portal leads to a second space, where the women’s footwear collections are displayed. The entire area devoted to women is characterised by green fabric- clad walls with cut-in polished steel and crystal display niches. Steel and crystal tables with coloured display shelves and green velvet sofas complete the furnishing.

The second entrance and the space dedicated to women both lead to a regularly-shaped area housing the men’s leather goods and footwear collections. Ebony floorboards and walls, crystal and polished steel display cases and chocolate brown carpeting define the space. Display counters with coloured saffiano leather detailing and light cotto-coloured leather sofas enhance the atmosphere.


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