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FFB private apartment

Blue Neon. Symmetrical cuts, geometries that furnish and light installations: this is the Milanese apartment of OFF Arch studio founder. Inside a building from the '30s, the story lights up in color.
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FFB private apartment

The apartment is located in Milano between Piazza Cinque Giornate and Via Spartaco in a 1932 building with a clear fascist shape. The apartment, of about 100 square meters is located on the fourth floor of a building that, as it was used in those years, is raised a couple of meters from the floor of the road, so it enjoys a lot of light during most of the day. The main purpose of the project was not only to respect but also to recover the original plan of the apartment. The entrance perspective crosses the octagonal atrium and closes on the curved opening of the living room, a view that makes this space special. Around the octagon the rooms are articulated in a symmetrical way: the bedroom, the dining room, the gallery towards the living room, the bathroom and the kitchen. The house is exposed on all four cardinal points, enjoying different natural lights depending on the exposure and the seasons, a truly exceptional feature. The high ceilings and the exposed concrete make the volume imposing and full of personality.
The apartment, of about 100 square meters is located on the fourth floor of a building built around the 30's. The main purpose of the project was not only to respect but also to recover the original plan of the apartment. The entrance perspective crosses the octagonal atrium and closes on the curved opening of the living room, a view that makes this space special. Around the octagon the rooms are articulated in a symmetrical way: the bedroom, the dining room, the gallery towards the living room, the bathroom and the kitchen. The house is exposed on all four cardinal points, enjoying different natural lights depending on the exposure and the seasons, a truly exceptional feature.
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Exit Pastificio Urbano

The radius of the large structural arches of the building as a unit of measurement, including neon, mirrors, furniture, to create an intimate space that opens up to the city.
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Exit Pastificio Urbano

The design of Exit Pastificio Urbano by the chef Matias Perdomo starts from the analysis of the existent architecture. The main composition opportunity are the two big arches at the entrance, structural components of the early 20th century, while their identical radius is the unit of measurement. All the design is based on this precise dimension which rules the neon light rounded tubes of the entrance, the lighting of the hallway, the white leather folding wall, the reflecting background of the cocktail bar and the dining hall and the three upside-down windows on the kitchen. All the materials relate to Milan: the marble and cement terrazzo, exclusive for Exit, is a memory of the three small ancient shops before being unified and marks the border between the cocktail bar and the restaurant itself, and the local ceppo Lombardo stone of the sills, the door handles and the wall coating. The huge windows unveil the restaurant to the street and at the same time they bring the city inside Exit, which made of the dynamic ant contemporary urban dimension its signature. Big leaves plants filter the relationship between inside and outside, while the wooden sloping wall on the background evokes a roof, home, a safe place.

The main composition opportunity are the two big arches at the entrance, structural components of the early 20th century, while their identical radius is the unit of measurement. All the design is based on this precise dimension which rules the neon light rounded tubes of the entrance, the lighting of the hallway, the white leather folding wall, the reflecting background of the cocktail bar and the dining hall and the three upside-down windows on the kitchen. All the materials relate to Milan: the marble and cement terrazzo, exclusive for Exit, is a memory of the three small ancient shops before being unified and marks the border between the cocktail bar and the restaurant itself, and the local ceppo Lombardo stone of the sills, the door handles and the wall coating. The huge windows unveil the restaurant to the street and at the same time they bring the city inside Exit, which made of the dynamic ant contemporary urban dimension its signature.
Client: Exit
Typology: Hospitality
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2020
Photographer: Lorenzo Fanfani
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ADT private apartment

Contemporary solutions, colored and sustainable melamine wood paneling, for a flexible space
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ADT private apartment

Located in typical Milan-style building ton the corner of the Marmont House, designed by Gio Ponti, dating back to the same period and sharing the same taste, the layout of this apartment of about 85 square meters on the top floor has been completely redesigned with contemporary solutions such as the wooden paneling in colored and sustainable melamine wood, the stainless steel kitchen block, which acts like a technical background to the living room, or the custom made bookcases realized with a very light aluminum sheet. At the same time the spirit of the building is recalled by the choice of some design details and materials, such as the bathroom surfaces in marble and cement terrazzo or the green marble typical of the Italian Alps, the same as the stairs in the main hall of the building. The master bedroom is wrapped in the deep blue of the walls and the wooden paneling hiding the wardrobes, while a clear, white leather wall can separate a very private guestroom when necessary.
Located in typical Milan-style building ton the corner of the Marmont House, designed by Gio Ponti, dating back to the same period and sharing the same taste, the layout of this apartment of about 85 square meters on the top floor has been completely redesigned with contemporary solutions such as the wooden paneling in colored and sustainable melamine wood, the stainless steel kitchen block, which acts like a technical background to the living room, or the custom made bookcases realized with a very light aluminum sheet. At the same time the spirit of the building is recalled by the choice of some design details and materials, such as the bathroom surfaces in marble and cement terrazzo or the green marble typical of the Italian Alps, the same as the stairs in the main hall of the building. The master bedroom is wrapped in the deep blue of the walls and the wooden paneling hiding the wardrobes, while a clear, white leather wall can separate a very private guestroom when necessary.
Client: Private
Typology: Residential
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2020
Photographer: Lorenzo Fanfani
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BCN Private Villa

The villa for a famous chef of the Langhe and his family embraces the hilly landscape with an architecture that opens onto the surrounding landscape.
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BCN Private Villa

The villa for a well-known chef from the Langhe and her family was born from the study of the steep terrain and the desire to embrace the hilly landscape with an architecture that integrates horizontally into the landscape. The relationship with the context is achieved through the large openings that determine numerous perspective cones from every corner of the house. The pitched roof, an iconic element of rural architecture, has been overturned to converge towards a central patio that is a private winter garden, a source of natural light throughout the year. The study of exposure to the sun over the months is combined with the use of natural materials, such as raw earth plasters, as part of sustainable architecture.
The villa for a well-known chef from the Langhe and her family was born from the study of the steep terrain and the desire to embrace the hilly landscape with an architecture that integrates horizontally into the landscape. The relationship with the context is achieved through the large openings that determine numerous perspective cones from every corner of the house. The pitched roof, an iconic element of rural architecture, has been overturned to converge towards a central patio that is a private winter garden, a source of natural light throughout the year. The study of exposure to the sun over the months is combined with the use of natural materials, such as raw earth plasters, as part of sustainable architecture.
Client: Private
Typology: Residential
Location: Langhe, Italy
Year: 2019
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NTD Notre Dame Competition

Souffle is a proposal which, through an intangible nature, returns a civil, urban and sustainable meaning to the spire of the Notre-Dame Cathedral.
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NTD Notre Dame Competition

Souffle is a proposal which, through an intangible nature, returns a civil, urban and sustainable meaning to the spire of the Notre-Dame Cathedral. The roof, completely lined in photovoltaic tiles, will reflect the sky, the clouds, the blue, the sunsets, and the moon over the course of 24 hours, producing a sufficient amount of energy for the entire cathedral.
The spire is made up of a system of LED projectors that move at the rhythm of the human breath.
The side beams open and close at a 24° angle, as many as there are hours in a day, 12 times per minute, as many as there are human breathing cycles when calm.
The intense central vertical light silhouetted towards the sky disappears with every passage of the Eiffel Tower beacon, cutting through the city skyline every night for centuries, creating a highly symbolic relationship between the two urban elements.
The same light, with the same breath, descends into the central nave of the cathedral, through the fire damaged vault, with a strong emotional effect.
Souffle is a proposal which, through an intangible nature, returns a civil, urban and sustainable meaning to the spire of the Notre-Dame Cathedral. The roof, completely lined in photovoltaic tiles, will reflect the sky, the clouds, the blue, the sunsets, and the moon over the course of 24 hours, producing a sufficient amount of energy for the entire cathedral.
The spire is made up of a system of LED projectors that move at the rhythm of the human breath.
The side beams open and close at a 24° angle, as many as there are hours in a day, 12 times per minute, as many as there are human breathing cycles when calm.
The intense central vertical light silhouetted towards the sky disappears with every passage of the Eiffel Tower beacon, cutting through the city skyline every night for centuries, creating a highly symbolic relationship between the two urban elements.
The same light, with the same breath, descends into the central nave of the cathedral, through the fire damaged vault, with a strong emotional effect.
Typology: Competition
Location: Paris, France
Year: 2019
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GRL Private Villa in Langhe

The view is the protagonist of a famous chef’s Villa located in the Langhe, a place perfectly integrated into the most prestigious hill slopes of the world.
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GRL Private Villa in Langhe

The Villa, designed for a well-known chef is in the Langhe, on the crest of a hill, perfectly integrated into the landscape though a system of terraces on three different levels. Both the traditional pitched roof-with an exposed laminated wood structure- and the large fireplaces – one inside and one outside overlooking the vineyard- strongly stress the importance of the sense of family.
The large kitchen and the big table benefit from natural light throughout the year, shading during the warmer months and a magnificent view over the surrounding vineyards.
The infinity pool, designed to offer shade and direct sunlight, is located in the highest terrace offering a stunning panorama. The relationship between the landscape and the domestic environment is direct yet modular as the curtain wall can be packed up if necessary.
The view on the vineyards is the main protagonist of the Villa: the belvedere, the roof terrace on the mezzanine floor and the spa on the lower floor are the key elements that allow you to relax in contact with the most prestigious vineyards in the world.
The Villa, designed for a well-known chef is in the Langhe, on the crest of a hill, perfectly integrated into the landscape though a system of terraces on three different levels. Both the traditional pitched roof-with an exposed laminated wood structure- and the large fireplaces – one inside and one outside overlooking the vineyard- strongly stress the importance of the sense of family.
The large kitchen and the big table benefit from natural light throughout the year, shading during the warmer months and a magnificent view over the surrounding vineyards.
The view on the vineyards is the main protagonist of the Villa: the belvedere, the roof terrace on the mezzanine floor and the spa on the lower floor are the key elements that allow you to relax in contact with the most prestigious vineyards in the world.
Client: Private
Typology: Residential
Location: Langhe, Italy
Year: 2019
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Ordet Contemporary Art Gallery

A disused foundry in the heart of a courtyard in Milan, converted into an art gallery.
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Ordet Contemporary Art Gallery

A disused foundry in the heart of a courtyard in Milan, completely renovated and equipped with all the necessary facilities, has been converted into an art gallery, respecting the pre-existence and identity of the place, preserving the surfaces marked by the time.
A disused foundry in the heart of a courtyard in Milan, completely renovated and equipped with all the necessary facilities, has been converted into an art gallery, respecting the pre-existence and identity of the place, preserving the surfaces marked by the time.
Client: Ordet Contemporary Art Gallery
Typology: Renovation/ Set-up
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2019
Photographer: Lorenzo Fanfani
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Condé Nast Competition

Condé Nast invited OFF Arch to take part in an exclusive competition for the realization of a multifunctional space within the headquarters of Piazzale Cadorna in Milan.
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Condé Nast Competition

Condé Nast invited OFF Arch to take part in an exclusive competition for the realization of a multifunctional space within the headquarters of Piazzale Cadorna in Milan.
The project articulates its program around a café: a bookshop, digital archive of publication, an exhibition space for events and a commercial area.
The project is characterized by natural material and soft colors in a domestic and cozy atmosphere. The modular seating system is arranged on private corners around the café area which occupies the core of the space.
A system of sliding walls and texture wings hide the audiovisual system and allow the space to be modulated in different layouts.
The Condé Nast digital archive can be consulted through central sculptural elements equipped with touch screens. A long-inclined LED strip which is visible from the street, through the large window shielded by vegetation in the lower portion, tells the story and relevance of Condé Nast.
The project articulates its program around a café: a bookshop, digital archive of publication, an exhibition space for events and a commercial area.
The project is characterized by natural material and soft colors in a domestic and cozy atmosphere. The modular seating system is arranged on private corners around the café area which occupies the core of the space.
A system of sliding walls and texture wings hide the audiovisual system and allow the space to be modulated in different layouts.
The Condé Nast digital archive can be consulted through central sculptural elements equipped with touch screens.
Client: Condé Nast
Typology: Competition
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2019
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TRB Private Villa in Porticcio

A free environmental impact project on the Ajaccio bay, housing a prestigious collection of contemporary art.
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TRB Private Villa in Porticcio

The villa, completely conceived according to criteria of sustainability and free environmental impact, was designed for a Swiss contemporary art collector, who chose the bay of Ajaccio as a place for retirement. The main building consists of three differ parts which are all linked each other by greenhouses of tropical vegetation, a clear reference to the client’s love for Vietnam. The large spa area opens onto the infinity pool which overlooks the bay. The living area occupies the entire central body of the villa and takes in the panorama through large windows reflecting the sea from the outside. The roof was studied in close collaboration with Tesla to be entirely a source of energy supply.
The large park surrounding the house is populated by the owner’s lamas and a large collection of contemporary art works.
The villa, completely conceived according to criteria of sustainability and free environmental impact, was designed for a Swiss contemporary art collector, who chose the bay of Ajaccio as a place for retirement. The main building consists of three differ parts which are all linked each other by greenhouses of tropical vegetation, a clear reference to the client’s love for Vietnam.
The large park surrounding the house is populated by the owner’s lamas and a large collection of contemporary art works.
Client: Private
Typology: Residential
Location: Porticcio, Corsica (FR)
Year: 2019
Photographer: Lorenzo Fanfani
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Luxottica Sunglasses Hut Competition

Luxottica invited OFF Arch to take part in an exclusive competition for a new concept for the Sunglasses Hut brand.
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Luxottica Sunglasses Hut Competition

Luxottica invited OFF Arch to take part in an exclusive competition for a new concept for the Sunglasses Hut brand. The proposal “Sungate” has been conceived to question the features of light, reflection, gradient, material and technology within the Optics field.
Each material and surface of Sungate have been chosen based on its peculiar light performance considering the criteria of energy and environmental sustainability.
The customer experience is made unique by the “sky space”, a room where a specific equipment is able to re-create different indoor natural light conditions.
The retail set up was then developed following an articulated scheme focusing on various aspects such as communication, social network, instore access and e-commerce.
The proposal “Sungate” has been conceived to question the features of light, reflection, gradient, material and technology within the Optics field.
Each material and surface of Sungate have been chosen based on its peculiar light performance considering the criteria of energy and environmental sustainability.
The customer experience is made unique by the “sky space”, a room where a specific equipment is able to re-create different indoor natural light conditions.

Client: Luxottica Milano
Typology: Competition
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2019
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Moschino Showroom Milano

Contemporary materials and iconic elements to highlight the brand's explosive creativity.
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Moschino Showroom Milano

Based on the concept developed for the Moschino boutique, a 1,200 square meter space has been designed in the center of Milan to accommodate the prestigious brand’s sales campaign within a firmly contemporary setting. The highly recognizable entrance leads to the sales area which is organized on two levels.
The use of aluminum for the furnishing elements, exposed technical features as well as the lighting system contribute to create an atmosphere of vital relevance and help to build up a frame in which the explosive creativity of the designer Jeremy Scott and his peculiar collections are strongly enhanced.
Based on the concept developed for the Moschino boutique, a 1,200 square meter space has been designed in the center of Milan to accommodate the prestigious brand’s sales campaign within a firmly contemporary setting. The highly recognizable entrance leads to the sales area which is organized on two levels.
The use of aluminum for the furnishing elements, exposed technical features as well as the lighting system contribute to create an atmosphere of vital relevance and help to build up a frame in which the explosive creativity of the designer Jeremy Scott and his peculiar collections are strongly enhanced.
Client: Moschino S.p.a.
Typology: Retail
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2019
Photographer: Elena Datrino
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Dawn Lighting Collection

A Collection of lamps, indoor and outdoor.
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Dawn Lighting Collection

The “Dawn Lighting Collection” is a complete series of lamps, both indoor and outdoor, which combines soft light sources and contemporary aluminium painted bodies of various sizes in order to meet different lighting needs.
Linear lamps work in an indirect way to enhance the architecture and ensure comfort and versatility through the knurling handles which allows to direct the light.
The “Dawn Lighting Collection” is a complete series of lamps, both indoor and outdoor, which combines soft light sources and contemporary aluminium painted bodies of various sizes in order to meet different lighting needs.
Linear lamps work in an indirect way to enhance the architecture and ensure comfort and versatility through the knurling handles which allows to direct the light.
Client: Private
Typology: Retail
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2018
Photographer: Lorenzo Fanfani
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Millbank Court Apartment

Contemporary materials and a luxurious style enhance the view of a top floor apartment over the Thames.
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Millbank Court Apartment

The apartment on the top floor of the prestigious property benefits from a spectacular view over the Thames and the city. The living space is exposed on three sides enriching the light through a soft tone of gray and luxurious materials, among which stands out the kitchen that recalls in the veins of red cipollino marble the river in front. Custom furnishings, antique and precious pieces, marble and cement grits, warm and refined lights contribute to a soft but at the same time contemporary atmosphere.
The apartment on the top floor of the prestigious property benefits from a spectacular view over the Thames and the city. The living space is exposed on three sides enriching the light through a soft tone of gray and luxurious materials, among which stands out the kitchen that recalls in the veins of red cipollino marble the river in front.
Client: Private
Typology: Residential
Location: London, UK
Year: 2018
Photographer: Lorenzo Fanfani
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Twinset Milano
new flagship store

The opening of the flagship store in Corso Vittorio Emanuele, in Milan, marks the launch of a new image for Twinset stores worldwide. The concept is an innovative interpretation of the sense of softness and feminine elegance for which Twinset brand’s spaces have always stood out.
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Twinset Milano
new flagship store

The opening of the flagship store in Corso Vittorio Emanuele, in Milan, marks the launch of a new image for Twinset stores worldwide. The concept, designed by Architect Fabio Ferrillo and developed by the Milan-based OFF Arch studio, is an innovative interpretation of the sense of softness and feminine elegance for which Twinset brand’s spaces have always stood out.
The surfaces have luminous, soft and warm colours. The solid colour walls and resin flooring are in delicate, pale beige. Along the walls is a detailed installation dedicated to the collections, with variety and flexibility as its key features. Some of the garments are placed in an extremely smooth, tactile and feminine setting with sinuous velvet walls in a pale pink colour. This continuity is interrupted by geometric elements that create a very modern feel, with glass panels in brighter colours that give the display of the collection a rhythmic look with a fine and contemporary acid-etched finish.
Each metal element, from the hanging system to the glass wall panelling, is characterised by a special satin nickel finish, which gives the material an extremely complex, modern texture while remaining soft and sophisticated. The series of thin and elegant vertical tubes, used repeatedly in large sections of the walls, highlights the significant role of this finish – which was created especially for Twinset – in providing an overall sense of warmth and intimacy to the environment.
The system of displays in the store is also vast and diverse, ranging from curved elements in delicate matte hues to small parts in wood, as well as matte nickel hangers, in different sizes and heights, and surfaces in fine acid-etched glass in vibrant colours.
Living areas are arranged around large parquet flooring areas in warm shades, where modular velvet and leather seating in different shapes offers an ideal opportunity for a break, calm and relax, with the addition of plants to create a fresh and comfortable atmosphere.
The chandelier plays an extremely important role in the history of Twinset and, in this concept, it is reinterpreted with a new style: it is made of sophisticated, lightly coloured crystal tubes and luminous opaline spheres. Finally, for the flagship store in Milan, a large sphere was designed in order to welcome customers, around which small glass gems of various shapes will shine, lit by luminous planets in the centre, a site-specific element to make this space even more distinctive.
The concept is an innovative interpretation of the sense of softness and feminine elegance for which Twinset brand’s spaces have always stood out.
The surfaces have luminous, soft and warm colours. The solid colour walls and resin flooring are in delicate, pale beige. Some of the garments are placed in a feminine setting with sinuous velvet walls in a pale pink colour. The system of displays in the store is also vast and diverse, ranging from curved elements in delicate matte hues to small parts in wood, as well as matte nickel hangers.
The chandelier plays an extremely important role in the history of Twinset and, in this concept, it is reinterpreted with a new style: it is made of sophisticated, lightly coloured crystal tubes and luminous opaline spheres. Finally, for the flagship store in Milan, a large sphere was designed in order to welcome customers, around which small glass gems of various shapes will shine, lit by luminous planets in the centre, a site-specific element to make this space even more distinctive.
Client: Twinset Milano
Typology: Retail
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2018
Photographer: Lorenzo Fanfani
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Moschino
new flagship store

Moschino brand new flagship store in rue Saint-Honoré, a magnificent late-18th-century building in pierre de Paris transformed into an exhibit-like space inspired by modern art galleries, in collaboration with the creative director, Jeremy Scott.
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Moschino
new flagship store

Moschino is opening a new flagship store in the heart of the French capital on rue Saint-Honoré. Creative Director Jeremy Scott wanted to transform the magnificent late-18th-century building in pierre de Paris into an exhibit-like space inspired by modern art galleries.
The new store concept, which was conceived and curated by architect Fabio Ferrillo in respect of the original essence of the interior, covers 270 square meters divided on two levels between the ground and first floors, which are visually connected through a two-story space and imposing curved staircase that becomes the focus of the architectural perspective.
The street entrance with store window immediately projects the visitor into an emotional experience marked by the natural reflections of the surfaces and a double lighting system, composed by narrow luminous strips inserted in the flooring and by a magnetic modular LED system, designed by the architect and developed with Flos to provide direct lighting throughout the space but also enhance surfaces indirectly.
Walls with a refined cement finish enclose the Italian terrazzo flooring and accommodate a complex system of translucent resin panels in delicate shades organized to flexibly and dynamically display removable satin-finish steel shelves, racks, and storage elements. Rose granite and Plexiglas elements and bronze railings give the space an extremely sophisticated and contemporary look. The entirely customized furnishings also include steel display cabinets, colored resin and cement display consoles, and black matelassé leather modular sofas.
From the ground floor, dedicated to accessories, the presentation of the collections continues to the first floor through a spacious display area with ready-to-wear lines. Next to the balcony overlooking the ground floor is a private lounge with sliding pocket doors and two fitting rooms decorated with luxurious pale blue rugs and adjustable mirrors framed by a narrow strip of light.
The exclusive customer experience in the Moschino gallery store transports the visitor into an exciting and engaging dimension that accentuates the aesthetic impact of the collection and simultaneously contextualizes the brand's amazing artistic spirit represented by oversized objects like the ones seen in the boutiques of New York and Milan.
In the interior of the rue Saint-Honoré store, these unexpected presences are inserted in the space like genuine works of art evoking the imagery and iconography of the fashion house. Reproducing the shopping bag or pump, this new version dematerializes them into translucent silhouettes redefined by narrow luminous lines.
The new store concept, which was conceived and curated by architect Fabio Ferrillo in respect of the original essence of the interior, covers 270 square meters divided on two levels between the ground and first floors, which are visually connected through a two-story space and imposing curved staircase that becomes the focus of the architectural perspective.
The exclusive customer experience in the Moschino gallery store transports the visitor into an exciting and engaging dimension that accentuates the aesthetic impact of the collection and simultaneously contextualizes the brand's amazing artistic spirit represented by oversized objects like the ones seen in the boutiques of New York and Milan.
In the interior of the rue Saint-Honoré store, these unexpected presences are inserted in the space like genuine works of art evoking the imagery and iconography of the fashion house. Reproducing the shopping bag or pump, this new version dematerializes them into translucent silhouettes redefined by narrow luminous lines.
Client: Moschino S.p.a.
Typology: Retail
Location: Paris, France
Year: 2018
Photographer: Elena Datrino

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Campamac
Osteria di Livello

The inspiration was drawn from a certain English flair, while remaining strongly attached to the land, the view and the heritage of this Piemontese spot.
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Campamac
Osteria di Livello

The restaurant represented a complex challenge, yet very clear: a warm, charming space recalling the tradition of the Langhe area with a contemporary twist.

The inspiration was drawn from a certain English flair, while remaining strongly attached to the land, the view and the heritage of this Piemontese spot. The design encompasses every aspect of the interior, from the finishings to the furniture, lighting, and set up. The spaces reflect the various functions of the not-only-restaurant: the entrance counter with its bar and local high-end groceries shop, the main dining area with its hillside view filtered through a tropical inside greenery, the precious privé with custom-designed marble table and the spectacular wine cellar on the basement floor.

If a great role is played by wine, the importance of extraordinary food is not secondary: you can always keep an eye on the kitchen through the see-through partitions and admire first-hand the extensive selection of meat from both a local and international selection. Since everything is on sale – including the artwork – focusing on the layout was crucial, assuring a flexible space while also granting an adequate frame for food, wine, art and design.
A warm, charming space recalling the tradition of the Langhe area with a contemporary twist. The design encompasses every aspect of the interior, from the finishings to the furniture, lighting, and set up. The spaces reflect the various functions of the not-only-restaurant: the entrance counter with its bar and local high-end groceries shop, the main dining area with its hillside view filtered through a tropical inside greenery, the precious privé with custom-designed marble table and the spectacular wine cellar on the basement floor. Moreover, you can always keep an eye on the kitchen through the see-through partitions and admire first-hand the extensive selection of meat from both a local and international selection.
Client: Campamac S.r.l.
Typology: Hospitality
Location: Barbaresco, Italy
Year: 2017
Photographer: Carmine Conte
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Emilio Pucci Headquarters

The tactile perception is one of contrasts, mixing polished office partitions with raw pillars, smooth countertops and exposed ventilation and lighting plants.
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Emilio Pucci Headquarters

The project for Emilio Pucci Headquarters finds its inspirations from both the heritage of the brand and the intrinsic value of the Milanese building it is hosted in. The previous venue, sixteen-century Palazzo Pucci in Florence, is emblematic of the brand’s attitude of mixing history and present, frescoes and bright metal.
Bearing great respect to the pre-existent building, the new project started from a meticulous work of restoration of the precious curtain wall typical of the Milanese architecture of the ‘50s and ‘60s. The different levels are unified by the same technical articulation characterized by linear shapes and transparent surfaces, referencing the worlds of Nanda Vigo and Jean Prouvé, while the tactile perception is one of contrasts, mixing polished office partitions with raw pillars, smooth countertops and exposed ventilation and lighting plants. Moreover, the purity of lines and configuration acquire a highly graphic appearance, strongly linked to the figurative imaginary representative of Pucci.
The lobby front office, a warm woodwork desk resting on the concrete floor and anchoring on rough pillars, is representative of the approach: a timeless, classical aesthetic that has undergone a process of de-structuring and re-interpreting in a contemporary perspective.
The project for Emilio Pucci Headquarters finds its inspirations from both the heritage of the brand and the intrinsic value of the Milanese building it is hosted in.
The different levels are unified by the same technical articulation characterized by linear shapes and transparent surfaces, while the tactile perception is one of contrasts, mixing polished office partitions with raw pillars, smooth countertops and exposed ventilation and lighting plants. The lobby front office, a warm woodwork desk resting on the concrete floor and anchoring on rough pillars, is representative of the approach: a timeless, classical aesthetic that has undergone a process of de-structuring and re-interpreting in a contemporary perspective.
Client: Emilio Pucci S.r.l.
Typology: Office
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2017
Photographer: Diego Diaz
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Runway Central Building
concept store

A space where the colors and shapes of the exceptional Vietnamese vegetation combine with the essential lines of the Italian design masters of the 50’s.
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Runway Central Building
concept store

The project’s driving concept was to create a space where the colors and shapes of the exceptional Vietnamese vegetation could combine with the essential lines of the Italian design masters of the 50’s.

A sumptuous canopy, reminiscent of the entrances of the hotels of the Côte d’Azur, invites customers to enter a unique, contemporary store full of light. The inspirational Venetian terrazzo floor is framed by luxurious walls featuring a magnificent pattern obtained from a high-definition scanning of valuable Italian stones, such as travertino Navona and ceppo di Gré; large glass displays composed of mirrored surfaces of polished steel and lacquers in pastel shades enhance the fashion collections making the garments visible and appealing; the interiors are marked by irregular fields of soft, natural fibers carpets in contrast to precious French style natural oak parquet boards. The climax is represented by the monumental staircase of beige Hauteville stone from Southern France: huge stone slab steps expand the sales floor area accompanying clients onto the second floor of the store on a journey through the best luxury shopping experience.
The project’s driving concept was to create a space where the colors and shapes of the exceptional Vietnamese vegetation could combine with the essential lines of the Italian design masters of the 50’s. The inspirational Venetian terrazzo floor is framed by luxurious walls featuring a magnificent pattern obtained from a high-definition scanning of valuable Italian stones; large glass displays composed of mirrored surfaces of polished steel and lacquers in pastel shades enhance the fashion collections; interiors are marked by irregular fields of soft, natural fibers carpets in contrast to precious French style natural oak parquet boards. The climax: a monumental staircase of beige Hauteville stone from Southern France.
Client: Global Link Inc.
Typology: Retail
Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
Year: 2017
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Profumerie Formentini

Maintaining the simplicity of a classy and sober atmosphere enriched by selected, precious pieces of the great masters of design.
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Profumerie Formentini

The project for Profumerie Formentini is imbued with the idea of domesticity: a shop run by the same family for decades – now in the hands of two sisters – representing a steady go-to for many loyal clients.

The layout needed to be versatile and therefore all the custom-designed furnishings are conceived in modules or are easily movable, maintaining the simplicity of a classy and sober atmosphere enriched by selected, precious pieces of the great masters of design like Finn Juhl, Osvaldo Borsani and Gino Sarfatti. The adjacent spaces, such as beauty treatments areas, fitting rooms and a space dedicated to bijoux are separated by soft curtain partitions enhancing the feeling of intimacy and femininity.
The project for Profumerie Formentini is imbued with the idea of domesticity: a shop run by the same family for decades – now in the hands of two sisters – representing a steady go-to for many loyal clients.

The layout needed to be versatile and therefore all the custom-designed furnishings are conceived in modules or are easily movable, maintaining the simplicity of a classy and sober atmosphere enriched by selected, precious pieces of the great masters of design like Finn Juhl, Osvaldo Borsani and Gino Sarfatti. The adjacent spaces, such as beauty treatments areas, fitting rooms and a space dedicated to bijoux are separated by soft curtain partitions enhancing the feeling of intimacy and femininity.
Client: Profumerie Formentini
Typology: Retail
Location: Latisana (UD), Italy
Year: 2016
Photographer: Lorenzo Fanfani
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MSGM Srl building

The project for MSGM Srl has a precious soul that redevelops the original building's details and geometries in an entirely contemporary reinterpretation.
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MSGM Srl building

The project for MSGM Srl has a precious soul that redevelops the original building's details and geometries in an entirely contemporary reinterpretation, incorporating glamorous and sophisticated touches.

The MSGM headquarters in Filottrano, in the province of Ancona, occupies an industrial facility of considerable size whose lobby was the subject of significant renovations. The technical ceiling – dating back to the 60s – presented an interesting three-dimensional diamond-shaped pattern which was preserved and enhanced with a highly contemporary, visually striking design. A large, diamond-shaped glass structure marks the centre of the lobby and houses a dense greenhouse, repeated on the façade with a small garden of succulents; the divider in movable blades of varying glass separates a meeting space featuring a large black glass and onyx table. The large frame in bronzed aluminium was the subject of meticulous restorations, as it allowed a glimpse of the interior style from the exterior. The hall provides access to the main staircase which, with a game of diagonals in white marble, black stones and various glass, creates a new, contemporary space.
The project for MSGM Srl redevelops the original building's details and geometries in an entirely contemporary reinterpretation. The technical ceiling – dating back to the 60s – presented an interesting three-dimensional diamond-shaped pattern which was preserved and enhanced with a visually striking design. A large, diamond-shaped glass structure marks the centre of the lobby and houses a dense greenhouse, repeated on the façade with a small garden of succulents; the divider in movable blades of varying glass separates a meeting space featuring a large black glass and onyx table. The hall provides access to the main staircase which, with a game of diagonals in white marble, black stones and various glass, creates a new, contemporary space.
Client: MSGM
Typology: Office
Location: Filottrano (AN), Italy
Year: 2016
Photographer: Lorenzo Fanfani
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Elena Ghisellini
SS17 presentation

In the charming frame of the Grand Hotel et de Milan, the set-up for the presentation of Elena Ghisellini SS17 collection recreates a contemporary urban jungle.
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Elena Ghisellini
SS17 presentation

In the charming frame of the Grand Hotel et de Milan, the set-up for the presentation of Elena Ghisellini SS17 collection recreates a contemporary urban jungle.

An abundance of exotic plants pairs with their characteristic noises on speakers, becoming a florid, green background for the colorful Elena Ghisellini accessories – first and foremost, her iconic deep red. Together with the greenery, large LED screens hanging on the wall complete the installation, with key words passing through the red luminescent backdrop. The products on the other hand are placed on black lacquered displays specifically designed for the brand’s showroom and presentations.
In the charming frame of the Grand Hotel et de Milan, the set-up for the presentation of Elena Ghisellini SS17 collection recreates a contemporary urban jungle. An abundance of exotic plants pairs with their characteristic noises on speakers, becoming a florid, green background for the colorful Elena Ghisellini accessories – first and foremost, her iconic deep red. Together with the greenery, large LED screens hanging on the wall complete the installation, with key words passing through the red luminescent backdrop. The products on the other hand are placed on black lacquered displays specifically designed for the brand’s showroom and presentations.
Client: Elena Ghisellini
Typology: Set-up
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2016
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MSGM corner –
Liberty London

The product displays take inspiration from the adaptability of scaffolding systems.
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MSGM corner –
Liberty London

The project for the MSGM corner at Liberty London was paired with the Milanese showroom’s Emotional Room – Aisle.

The pink neon lights and the monogrammed custom-designed lightboxes are again part of the set up, while the product displays take inspiration from the adaptability of scaffolding systems: black-lacquered tubulars allow for versatile compositions developed in a shelving structure and racks.
The project for the MSGM corner at Liberty London was paired with the Milanese showroom’s Emotional Room – Aisle. The pink neon lights and the monogrammed custom-designed lightboxes are again part of the set up, while the product displays take inspiration from the adaptability of scaffolding systems: black-lacquered tubulars allow for versatile compositions developed in a shelving structure and racks.
Client: MSGM
Typology: Retail
Location: London, UK
Year: 2016
Photographer: Alice Baronio
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Fluo Aisle

A dark corridor inviting the visitor to walk through a path among the oblique bright pink and yellow neon lights, where a playlist specifically conceived by Milanese DJ Andrea Ratti plays on repeat.
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Fluo Aisle

Before reaching the MSGM showroom the visitor passes through an emotional room: a highly impressive set-up that changes over time in line with the current collection.

The fifth theme is Fluo Aisle, a dark corridor inviting the visitor to walk through a path among the oblique bright pink and yellow neon lights, where a playlist specifically conceived by Milanese DJ Andrea Ratti plays on repeat. The arrangement is completed by a set of large scale prints by French photographer Hervé Lassïnce.
Before reaching the MSGM showroom the visitor passes through an emotional room: a highly impressive set-up that changes over time in line with the current collection. The fifth theme is Fluo Aisle, a dark corridor inviting the visitor to walk through a path among the oblique bright pink and yellow neon lights, where a playlist specifically conceived by Milanese DJ Andrea Ratti plays on repeat. The arrangement is completed by a set of large scale prints by French photographer Hervé Lassïnce.
Client: Riccardo Grassi Showroom
Typology: Set-up
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2016
Photographer: Alice Baronio
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Aisle

A dark corridor inviting the visitor to walk through a path among the oblique bright pink neon lights, where a playlist specifically conceived by Milanese DJ Andrea Ratti plays on repeat.
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Aisle

Before reaching the MSGM showroom the visitor passes through an emotional room: a highly impressive set-up that changes over time in line with the current collection.

The fourth theme is Aisle, a dark corridor inviting the visitor to walk through a path among the oblique bright pink neon lights, where a playlist specifically conceived by Milanese DJ Andrea Ratti plays on repeat. The arrangement is completed by a set of large scale prints by Italian photographer Alice Rainis.
Before reaching the MSGM showroom the visitor passes through an emotional room: a highly impressive set-up that changes over time in line with the current collection. The fourth theme is Aisle, a dark corridor inviting the visitor to walk through a path among the oblique bright pink neon lights, where a playlist specifically conceived by Milanese DJ Andrea Ratti plays on repeat. The arrangement is completed by a set of large scale prints by Italian photographer Alice Rainis.
Client: Riccardo Grassi Showroom
Typology: Set-up
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2016
Photographer: Daniel Rey
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MSGM shopping window
Coin Excelsior

Recurring elements are both the custom-made monogrammed lightbox and the reflective vertical partition, with the application of the F-light.
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MSGM shopping window
Coin Excelsior

The project for the MSGM shopping window at Coin Excelsior Venice was paired with the Milanese showroom’s Emotional Room – Aurora Borealis.

Recurring elements are both the custom-made monogrammed lightbox and the reflective vertical partition, with the application of the F-light: specifically designed for the client and employed in its offices, headquarters and Milanese flagship store windows, the lighting systems represents by now one of the signatures of the fruitful collaboration between OFF Arch and MSGM.
The project for the MSGM shopping window at Coin Excelsior Venice was paired with the Milanese showroom’s Emotional Room – Aurora Borealis. Recurring elements are both the custom-made monogrammed lightbox and the reflective vertical partition, with the application of the F-light: specifically designed for the client and employed in its offices, headquarters and Milanese flagship store windows, the lighting systems represents by now one of the signatures of the fruitful collaboration between OFF Arch and MSGM.
Client: MSGM
Typology: Set-up
Location: Venice, Italy
Year: 2016
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OSF: Oriented Strand Furniture

These pieces evoke the fleetingness of a set, combining transverse geometries with compact lacquering and contemporary irregular textures.
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OSF: Oriented Strand Furniture

Presented in the context of Salone del Mobile 2016 and displayed at the MSGM Milanese flagship store, the Oriented Strand Furniture series borrows its name from a poor material commonly used in architecture: oriented strand board.

Loosely inspired by the expressive golden backgrounds of Takeshi Murakami’s paintings and by the pairing of precious metals and rough elements in some of Ai Weiwei’s works, these pieces evoke the fleetingness of a set, combining transverse geometries with compact lacquering and contemporary irregular textures. In their unique contrast of colors, the metallic basements recall the elegant structure of Pierre Chareau’s Maison de Verre in Paris.
Presented in the context of Salone del Mobile 2016 and displayed at the MSGM Milanese flagship store, the Oriented Strand Furniture series borrows its name from a poor material commonly used in architecture: oriented strand board. Loosely inspired by the expressive golden backgrounds of Takeshi Murakami’s paintings and by the pairing of precious metals and rough elements in some of Ai Weiwei’s works, these pieces evoke the fleetingness of a set, combining transverse geometries with compact lacquering and contemporary irregular textures. In their unique contrast of colors, the metallic basements recall the elegant structure of Pierre Chareau’s Maison de Verre in Paris.
Typology: Furniture
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2016
Photographer: Daniel Ray
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Aurora Borealis

A game of light and shadows where the guest plays an active role.
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Aurora Borealis

Before reaching the MSGM showroom the visitor passes through an emotional room: a highly impressive set-up that changes over time in line with the current collection.

The third theme is Aurora Borealis, a game of light and shadows where the guest plays an active role. A LED projector enables to break up its beams of light into the spectrum of different colors, outlining the shadows of the visitors upon a marble partition on the other side on the room; surrounded by translucent PVC strip curtains, the room colorfully shines through.
Before reaching the MSGM showroom the visitor passes through an emotional room: a highly impressive set-up that changes over time in line with the current collection. The third theme is Aurora Borealis, a game of light and shadows where the guest plays an active role. A LED projector enables to break up its beams of light into the spectrum of different colors, outlining the shadows of the visitors upon a marble partition on the other side on the room; surrounded by translucent PVC strip curtains, the room colorfully shines through.
Client: Riccardo Grassi Showroom
Typology: Set-up
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2016
Photographer: Alice Baronio
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S01 – T01

The minimalist pieces find their strength in the choice and pairings of different materials and upholstery.
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S01 – T01

The S01 – T01 series represents the first original furniture line concerning tables and seating solutions. The minimalist pieces find their strength in the choice and pairings of different materials and upholstery, which have been thoroughly studied to create harmonious and classy ensembles.

The S01 chair references the great Italian masters of design and belongs to that specific world, adding to the broad heritage with a contemporary approach. On the other hand, the T01 table bears a clearer imprint of the studio both in form and content: the diagonal cuts – a signature – recall many of Ferrillo’s past realizations, as do the varnished iron, lacquered glass and precious marbles, all recurring materials dear to the studio’s imaginary.
The S01 – T01 series represents the first original furniture line concerning tables and seating solutions. The minimalist pieces find their strength in the choice and pairings of different materials and upholstery, which have been thoroughly studied to create harmonious and classy ensembles. The S01 chair references the great Italian masters of design and belongs to that specific world, adding to the broad heritage with a contemporary approach. On the other hand, the T01 table bears a clearer imprint of the studio both in form and content: the diagonal cuts – a signature – recall many of Ferrillo’s past realizations, as do the varnished iron, lacquered glass and precious marbles, all recurring materials dear to the studio’s imaginary.
Client: Riccardo Grassi Showroom
Typology: Furniture
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2016
Photographer: Alice Baronio
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Elena Ghisellini
Milan showroom

Inspirations have risen from the geometry and verticality of Leon Battista Alberti, but with the addition of a contemporary twist in the use of transparent materials.
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Elena Ghisellini
Milan showroom

The set-up for Elena Ghisellini showroom in Milan finds its basis in the very origins of the brand: the city of Florence. Inspirations have risen from the geometry and verticality of Leon Battista Alberti, but with the addition of a contemporary twist in the use of transparent materials. The space therefore revolves around a sculptural element, a custom-design accessories display, while having a series of methacrylate shelving systems around its perimeter: a precious, scenographic and diaphanous material.
The set-up for Elena Ghisellini showroom in Milan finds its basis in the very origins of the brand: the city of Florence. Inspirations have risen from the geometry and verticality of Leon Battista Alberti, but with the addition of a contemporary twist in the use of transparent materials. The space therefore revolves around a sculptural element, a custom-design accessories display, while having a series of methacrylate shelving systems around its perimeter: a precious, scenographic and diaphanous material.
Client: Elena Ghisellini
Typology: Retail
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2016
Photographer: Alice Baronio
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MSGM corner –
Le Bon Marché

Transparent methacrylate racks and volumes allow clothes and accessories to visually float in space and sound.
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MSGM corner –
Le Bon Marché

The project for the MSGM corner at Le Bon Marché was paired with the Milanese showroom’s Emotional Room – Soundbox. Speakers, soundproofing foam and custom-made monogrammed neon boxes all contribute to the recording studio imaginary, paired with light and diaphanous product displays: transparent methacrylate racks and volumes allow clothes and accessories to visually float in space and sound.
The project for the MSGM corner at Le Bon Marché was paired with the Milanese showroom’s Emotional Room – Soundbox. Speakers, soundproofing foam and custom-made monogrammed neon boxes all contribute to the recording studio imaginary, paired with light and diaphanous product displays: transparent methacrylate racks and volumes allow clothes and accessories to visually float in space and sound.
Client: MSGM
Typology: Retail
Location: Paris, France
Year: 2016
Photographer: Alice Baronio
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F-LIGHT

The inspiration behind the lamps belongs to the world of vectorial motion, direction and speed, paired with the act of mirroring.
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F-LIGHT

The inspiration behind the lamps belongs to the world of vectorial motion, direction and speed, paired with the act of mirroring.

The LED light runs all along the steel angular structure and, when reflected, resembles a scenographic interpretation of a contemporary chandelier. Born from the will to experiment in form, light and linearity, the F-light was first employed in the Milanese MSGM flagship store in the context of a temporary set-up, but have also been installed for permanent use in other realizations: its customizability in fact allows for many possibilities, both in the lacquering and in the choice of the reflective surface – colored or plain mirrors, varnished glass, metals, marbles and stones are some of the options of this versatile lighting product.
The inspiration behind the lamps belongs to the world of vectorial motion, direction and speed, paired with the act of mirroring. The LED light runs all along the steel angular structure and, when reflected, resembles a scenographic interpretation of a contemporary chandelier. Born from the will to experiment in form, light and linearity, the F-light was first employed in the Milanese MSGM flagship store in the context of a temporary set-up, but have also been installed for permanent use in other realizations: its customizability in fact allows for many possibilities, both in the lacquering and in the choice of the reflective surface – colored or plain mirrors, varnished glass, metals, marbles and stones are some of the options of this versatile lighting product.
Client: MSGM
Typology: Furniture
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2016
Photographer: Donald Gjoka
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Soundbox

A room-inside-a-room where a playlist specifically conceived by Milanese DJ Andrea Ratti plays on repeat.
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Soundbox

Before reaching the MSGM showroom the visitor passes through an emotional room: a highly impressive set-up that changes over time in line with the current collection.

The second theme is Soundbox, a room-inside-a-room where a playlist specifically conceived by Milanese DJ Andrea Ratti plays on repeat. The box is cladded inside out with soundproofing polyurethane panels and mirrored by a reflective, walkable flooring; the arrangement is completed by a set of piled-up Marshall speakers and custom-designed neon light logo cases.
Before reaching the MSGM showroom the visitor passes through an emotional room: a highly impressive set-up that changes over time in line with the current collection. The second theme is Soundbox, a room-inside-a-room where a playlist specifically conceived by Milanese DJ Andrea Ratti plays on repeat. The box is cladded inside out with soundproofing polyurethane panels and mirrored by a reflective, walkable flooring; the arrangement is completed by a set of piled-up Marshall speakers and custom-designed neon light logo cases.
Client: Riccardo Grassi Showroom
Typology: Set-up
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2015
Photographer: Alice Baronio
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Chiara Ferragni Collection
Milan showroom

Carefully chosen furniture by the great masters of design blend with the custom-designed pieces in a harmonic and refined mix.
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Chiara Ferragni Collection
Milan showroom

The showroom was designed in line with Chiara Ferragni Collection store concept and Le Bon Marché pop-up store, maintaining some key elements such as the precious onyx and marble product displays. At the same time a less domestic, more industrial feeling is expressed by the openly shown plants, the unfinished envelope and the concrete flooring, creating a mix of polished and raw; carefully chosen furniture by the great masters of design blend with the custom-designed pieces in a harmonic and refined mix.
The showroom was designed in line with Chiara Ferragni Collection store concept and Le Bon Marché pop-up store, maintaining some key elements such as the precious onyx and marble product displays. At the same time a less domestic, more industrial feeling is expressed by the openly shown plants, the unfinished envelope and the concrete flooring, creating a mix of polished and raw; carefully chosen furniture by the great masters of design blend with the custom-designed pieces in a harmonic and refined mix.
Client: Chiara Ferragni Collection
Typology: Retail
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2015
Photographer: Lorenzo Fanfani
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Joshua Sanders showroom

The materials, colors and simple shapes borrowed from the playground form the perfect setting for presenting the brand’s shoes and accessories.
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Joshua Sanders showroom

The imaginary related to the sports court represents the core of Joshua Sanders showroom in Milan: the materials, colors and simple shapes borrowed from the playground form the perfect setting for presenting the brand’s shoes and accessories. A soft, rubber flooring localizes the area, with polyurethane blocks in bright, primary colors as product displays, while a perforated metal sheet runs around the borders serving as a background: altogether, the elements resemble an urban, contemporary sports ring.
The imaginary related to the sports court represents the core of Joshua Sanders showroom in Milan: the materials, colors and simple shapes borrowed from the playground form the perfect setting for presenting the brand’s shoes and accessories. A soft, rubber flooring localizes the area, with polyurethane blocks in bright, primary colors as product displays, while a perforated metal sheet runs around the borders serving as a background: altogether, the elements resemble an urban, contemporary sports ring.
Client: Joshua Sanders
Typology: Retail
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2015
Photographer: Alice Baronio
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Playground

An outside playing field unexpectedly transferred in an interior space.
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Playground

Before reaching the MSGM showroom the visitor passes through an emotional room: a highly impressive set-up that changes over time in line with the current collection.

The first theme is Playground, an outside playing field unexpectedly transferred in an interior space. The installation presented a carousel and a swing, ironically painted in gold and mirrored by a reflective, walkable flooring; the arrangement is completed by a set of large scale urban prints by Parisian photographer Stanislas Wolff.
Before reaching the MSGM showroom the visitor passes through an emotional room: a highly impressive set-up that changes over time in line with the current collection. The first theme is Playground, an outside playing field unexpectedly transferred in an interior space. The installation presented a carousel and a swing, ironically painted in gold and mirrored by a reflective, walkable flooring; the arrangement is completed by a set of large scale urban prints by Parisian photographer Stanislas Wolff.
Client: Riccardo Grassi Showroom
Typology: Set-up
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2015
Photographer: Diego Diaz
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Chiara Ferragni Collection
pop-up – Le Bon Marché

The choice falls upon lightweight materials like white lacquered wood with concrete finishings and plasterboard and phenol timber slabs, together with precious sprinkles of onyx and fine marbles.
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Chiara Ferragni Collection
pop-up – Le Bon Marché

The concept for the design of Chiara Ferragni Collection retail spaces combines unfinished elements with shiny, precious materials, unveiling a fine, contemporary, unprecedented location.

The setting is therefore a unity of coarse and glossy, unfinished and polished both in the architectural envelope and in the internal arrangement of the different modules. In a smaller scale retail context, either temporary pop-ups or permanent corners, the concept designed can be inflected to a lighter version. That’s the case of the pop-up store for Le Bon Marché in Paris, where the choice falls upon lightweight materials like white lacquered wood with concrete finishings and plasterboard and phenol timber slabs, together with precious sprinkles of onyx and fine marbles to enhance the perception of this first-class exhibit. The vertical transparent glass slabs carrying the brand logo are supported by the display modules themselves through a versatile, transportable anchoring system.
The concept for the design of Chiara Ferragni Collection retail spaces combines unfinished elements with shiny, precious materials, unveiling a fine, contemporary, unprecedented location. In a smaller scale retail context, either temporary pop-ups or permanent corners, the concept designed can be inflected to a lighter version. In the pop-up store for Le Bon Marché in Paris, the choice falls upon lightweight materials like white lacquered wood with concrete finishings and plasterboard and phenol timber slabs, together with precious sprinkles of onyx and fine marbles to enhance the perception of this first-class exhibit.
Client: Chiara Ferragni Collections
Typology: Retail
Location: Paris, France
Year: 2015
Photographer: Elodie Chapuis
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Chiara Ferragni Collection
store concept

The setting is a unity of coarse and glossy, unfinished and polished both in the architectural envelope and in the internal arrangement of the different modules.
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Chiara Ferragni Collection
store concept

The design of Chiara Ferragni Collection retail spaces combines tangible unfinished elements with shiny, precious materials, unveiling a fine, contemporary, unprecedented location.

The idea of a modern brutalism is conveyed through the visual and tactile perception of the béton brut in the flooring and part of the display modules along with the imperfect, rough wall finishings. The setting is therefore a unity of coarse and glossy, unfinished and polished both in the architectural envelope and in the internal arrangement of the different modules. Hence, iconic Italian design from the ‘50s resting upon soft wool carpets welcome the client in a rare, remarkable environment.
The design of Chiara Ferragni Collection retail spaces combines tangible unfinished elements with shiny, precious materials, unveiling a fine, contemporary, unprecedented location. The idea of a modern brutalism is conveyed through the visual and tactile perception of the béton brut in the flooring and part of the display modules along with the imperfect, rough wall finishings. The setting is therefore a unity of coarse and glossy, unfinished and polished both in the architectural envelope and in the internal arrangement of the different modules. Hence, iconic Italian design from the ‘50s resting upon soft wool carpets welcome the client in a rare, remarkable environment.
Client: Chiara Ferragni Collections
Typology: Retail
Year: 2015
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MSGM shoes display

The concept of overlapping slabs mixes precious and poor materials, such as onyx and raw plasterboard, Marquinia marble and iron.
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MSGM shoes display

The accessories and shoes display is an addition to the existing MSGM flagship store in via Ponte Vetero, Milan. It was meant to stick out from the white layout of the shop and represent an intriguing object to be seen also by the street passers-by. The concept of overlapping slabs mixes precious and poor materials, such as onyx and raw plasterboard, Marquinia marble and iron. The piece is composed of a set of thin slices leaning on the wall and hosting the shelves, together with a solid block upfront recalling the existing shop counter at the entrance. All horizontal surfaces can display accessories, shoes and bags, creating a unique, fancy corner standing out from the surrounding.
The accessories and shoes display is an addition to the existing MSGM flagship store in via Ponte Vetero, Milan. It was meant to stick out from the white layout of the shop and represent an intriguing object to be seen also by the street passers-by. The concept of overlapping slabs mixes precious and poor materials, such as onyx and raw plasterboard, Marquinia marble and iron. The piece is composed of a set of thin slices leaning on the wall and hosting the shelves, together with a solid block upfront recalling the existing shop counter at the entrance. All horizontal surfaces can display accessories, shoes and bags, creating a unique, fancy corner standing out from the surrounding.
Client: MSGM
Typology: Furniture
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2014
Photographer: Diego Diaz
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PVT private apartment

It was crucial for the client to be able to comfortably host guests and small get-togethers, despite the articulated distribution of the spaces.
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PVT private apartment

Located on the ground floor of a typical Milanese courtyard, the apartment expands on three different levels. Working in the field of communication and PR, it was crucial for the client to be able to comfortably host guests and small get-togethers despite the articulated distribution of the spaces. Therefore, a small tiki bar was placed at the entrance to greet visitors before accompanying them to the living room, which can easily turn into a functional projection room. The wooden flooring takes inspiration from the one found at the V&A Museum, covering the two top levels and the staircase; on the lowest level, a fully equipped steel kitchen allows for intimate dinner parties under the original vaulted brick ceiling.
Located on the ground floor of a typical Milanese courtyard, the apartment expands on three different levels. Working in the field of communication and PR, it was crucial for the client to be able to comfortably host guests and small get-togethers despite the articulated distribution of the spaces. Therefore, a small tiki bar was placed at the entrance to greet visitors before accompanying them to the living room, which can easily turn into a functional projection room. The wooden flooring takes inspiration from the one found at the V&A Museum, covering the two top levels and the staircase; on the lowest level, a fully equipped steel kitchen allows for intimate dinner parties under the original vaulted brick ceiling.
Typology: Residential
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2013
Photographer: Alice Baronio
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MSGM Headquarters

A large access portal, two distinct areas, an irregular floor plan, walls in plain brickwork, abandoned machinery and suspended pulleys maintain the space's productive spirit.
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MSGM Headquarters

Located in an abandoned early 20th-Century blacksmith's workshop in Milan's Porta Romana borough, the space was seriously run-down; however, its crude and post-industrial aesthetic is now its most fascinating and contemporary aspect thanks to a careful work of preservation and reinterpretation.

A large access portal, two distinct areas, an irregular floor plan, walls in plain brickwork, abandoned machinery and suspended pulleys maintain the space's productive spirit but are combined, in an unprecedented layout, to a new cement flooring and deliberately flashy steel and galvanized plate conducts and ventilation systems. The preserved and renewed brickwork is paired with the dove-grey and pink tones of the new irregular partitions, a combination that creates surprising perspectives, such as the fireplace: an original mid-19th-Century Louis Philippe in grey marble specifically imported from the south of France. The great central skylight, the doors and windows have been carefully salvaged, while an unused air shaft has been connected to the private office to be used as a scenographic source of light. The decor is the result of prolonged research: the original 1950s pieces by Friso Kramer come from Flanders, the grey and yellow shelving, the curved wooden chairs, the private office's armchairs, handpicked from galleries in Antwerp and Paris, just like the grand central table, an original Ico Parisi from 1960, imported to Italy from a gallery in Belgium. The ceiling projectors, all from abandoned industrial sites of the Île de France, are paired with lamps of typical Italian design. The beautiful canvases by Nathalie du Pasquier give the finishing touch to this eclectic, refined and contemporary space.
Located in an abandoned early 20th-Century blacksmith's workshop in Milan's Porta Romana borough, the space was seriously run-down; however, its crude and post-industrial aesthetic is now its most fascinating and contemporary aspect thanks to a careful work of preservation and reinterpretation. A large access portal, two distinct areas, an irregular floor plan, walls in plain brickwork, abandoned machinery and suspended pulleys maintain the space's productive spirit but are combined, in an unprecedented layout, to a new cement flooring and deliberately flashy steel and galvanized plate conducts and ventilation systems.
Client: MSGM
Typology: Office
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2013
Photographer: Diego Diaz
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Beside Communication Headquarters

Given the highly characteristic location – a former garage – it was decided to maintain the rough and industrial feel of the space.
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Beside Communication Headquarters

Given the highly characteristic location – a former garage – it was decided to maintain the rough and industrial feel of the space, starting from the restoration of the original concrete flooring and the installment of exposed electrical and ventilation plants.

This specific atmosphere if enhanced by the original ceiling lamps from the headquarters of the Électricité de France (EDF) and the hanging system of retrieved meat hooks. The large open space presents two additional areas that have been treated very differently: on the one hand the service area, which needed to be concealed, is hidden behind a large angular custom-designed wall system; on the other, the director’s office is valorized by a transparent crystal envelope allowing for acoustic privacy while keeping it in visual contact with the rest of the space.
Given the highly characteristic location – a former garage – it was decided to maintain the rough and industrial feel of the space, starting from the restoration of the original concrete flooring and the installment of exposed electrical and ventilation plants. This specific atmosphere if enhanced by the original ceiling lamps from the headquarters of the Électricité de France (EDF) and the existing hanging system of retrieved meat hooks.
Client: Beside Communications
Typology: Office
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2013
Photographer: Diego Diaz
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FLM private apartment

The flooring varies again and again with marvelous color palettes and patterns, in contrast with the bright white walls, ceilings and early XX century stuccos.
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FLM private apartment

The strength of this apartment lays in some specific features preserved through the decades, which were valorized and restored with great care: the flooring varies again and again with marvelous color palettes and patterns, in contrast with the bright white walls, ceilings and early XX century stuccos. Due to the removal of a vertical partition, it was decided to point out the previous room subdivision by placing on the floor a walkable black glass slab covering the area left unfinished by the pulled down wall. The distribution was modified once again for the two bathrooms, which are now connected by a shared, frosted glass shower serving as a buffer area.
The strength of this apartment lays in some specific features preserved through the decades, which were valorized and restored with great care: the flooring varies again and again with marvelous color palettes and patterns, in contrast with the bright white walls, ceilings and early XX century stuccos. Due to the removal of a vertical partition, it was decided to point out the previous room subdivision by placing on the floor a walkable black glass slab covering the area left unfinished by the pulled down wall. The distribution was modified once again for the two bathrooms, which are now connected by a shared, frosted glass shower serving as a buffer area.
Typology: Residential
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2012
Photographer: Diego Diaz
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CDG private apartment

The renovation has valorized soft, natural lighting and the recovery of the dark brown parquet.
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CDG private apartment

Due to the limited surface area, the apartment layout had to be thoroughly pondered and smart spatial solutions to be conceived. The renovation has valorized soft, natural lighting and the recovery of the dark brown parquet, in contrast with the new, more functional concrete flooring found in the concealed bathroom: hidden behind a custom designed wardrobe allowing it to virtually disappear, the space contains a shower cladded with original white tiles from the Parisian metro.
Due to the limited surface area, the apartment layout had to be thoroughly pondered and smart spatial solutions to be conceived. The renovation has valorized soft, natural lighting and the recovery of the dark brown parquet, in contrast with the new, more functional concrete flooring found in the concealed bathroom: hidden behind a custom designed wardrobe allowing it to virtually disappear, the space contains a shower cladded with original white tiles from the Parisian metro.
Typology: Residential
Location: Paris, France
Year: 2011
Photographer: Stanislas Wolff
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TRB Private Villa in Porticcio

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Dawn Lighting Collection

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Millbank Court Apartment

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Moschino
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Emilio Pucci Headquarters
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Emilio Pucci Headquarters

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Runway Central Building concept store
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Runway Central Building
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Elena Ghisellini
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MSGM corner –Liberty London
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MSGM corner –
Liberty London

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MSGM Emotional Room:Fluo Aisle
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MSGM Emotional Room:
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MSGM Emotional Room:Aisle
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Aisle

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MSGM shopping windowCoin Excelsior
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MSGM shopping window
Coin Excelsior

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OSF: Oriented Strand Furniture
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OSF: Oriented Strand Furniture

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MSGM Emotional Room:Aurora Borealis
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MSGM Emotional Room:
Aurora Borealis

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S01 – T01
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S01 – T01

OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom

Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom
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OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Elena GhiselliniMilan showroom

Elena Ghisellini
Milan showroom

OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché

MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
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OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - MSGM corner –Le Bon Marché

MSGM corner –
Le Bon Marché

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OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT

F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT
OFF Arch - F-LIGHT

F-LIGHT

OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox

MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Soundbox

MSGM Emotional Room:
Soundbox

OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom

Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni CollectionMilan showroom

Chiara Ferragni Collection
Milan showroom

OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom

Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom
OFF Arch - Joshua Sanders showroom

Joshua Sanders showroom

OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground

MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground
OFF Arch - MSGM Emotional Room:Playground

MSGM Emotional Room:
Playground

OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché

Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionpop-up – Le Bon Marché

Chiara Ferragni Collection
pop-up – Le Bon Marché

OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionstore concept
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionstore concept
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionstore concept
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionstore concept

Chiara Ferragni Collectionstore concept
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionstore concept
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionstore concept
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionstore concept
OFF Arch - Chiara Ferragni Collectionstore concept

Chiara Ferragni Collection
store concept

OFF Arch - MSGM shoes display
OFF Arch - MSGM shoes display
OFF Arch - MSGM shoes display
OFF Arch - MSGM shoes display

MSGM shoes display
OFF Arch - MSGM shoes display
OFF Arch - MSGM shoes display
OFF Arch - MSGM shoes display
OFF Arch - MSGM shoes display

MSGM shoes display

OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment

PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment
OFF Arch - PVT private apartment

PVT private apartment

OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters

MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters
OFF Arch - MSGM Headquarters

MSGM Headquarters

OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters

Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters
OFF Arch - Beside Communication Headquarters

Beside Communication Headquarters

OFF Arch - FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment

FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment
OFF Arch - FLM private apartment

FLM private apartment

OFF Arch - CDG private apartment
OFF Arch - CDG private apartment
OFF Arch - CDG private apartment
OFF Arch - CDG private apartment

CDG private apartment
OFF Arch - CDG private apartment
OFF Arch - CDG private apartment
OFF Arch - CDG private apartment
OFF Arch - CDG private apartment

CDG private apartment

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OFF Arch

Established in 2010 by architect Fabio Ferrillo, OFF Arch is a Milan-based architecture and design studio specialized in fashion retail, hospitality, institutional and residential interiors worldwide. The team is composed of dynamic and passionate architects, engineers and designers working together with a contemporary approach.

Via Amatore Sciesa, 9
00100 - Roma
ITA
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