The second “star-architect” that we held our Q&A with was Eric Carlson of Carbondale Studio.
We asked three of our “star-architects” a few questions to understand how they approached their projects, particularly how they fused Dolce&Gabbana’s heritage to that of a city. First up in our Q&A is Steven Harris from Steven Harris Architects.
Every boutique is aimed at showcasing its own sense of uniqueness, epitomising the fusion of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana with the local culture and heritage of the country the store is situated in.
Dolce&Gabbana and Smeg join creative forces to create Sicily is my Love, a truly Made in Italy project where experts from the worlds of high fashion and design meet and merge to create unique domestic appliances that uncover an Italian story.
To mark the opening of the Milanese Opera season 2016/17 on the 7th December with Madame Butterfly, the windows of the Spiga 2 store will be decorated with miniature scenes of 13 Italian operas.
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