Curved walls made from various materials — ranging from lacquered elm briar to deep red onyx with white and gold veins — are the backdrop for the Women’s Collections, interrupting the linearity of the spaces and adding dynamism to volumes. The floors echo the black basalt stone of the central staircase, in a blend of combinations reflecting Italian elegance and artisan workmanship. The space, whose geometrically strong yet harmonious character is flooded with light due to its many windows, overlooks Corso Venezia and Via della Spiga. Two decorative columns in front of the entrance and the furnishings within pay homage to the Baroque style: consoles, portals, armchairs and mirrors reveal a decorative exuberance of large scrolls, emblems and friezes with a seventeenth-century flavour.
The white ceilings and brilliant luminosity of the boutique enhance the chiaroscuro contrasts on the three floors that differ due to the materials used. On the ground floor, the continuity conferred by the basalt stone floors is vigorously interrupted by Red Jasper marble inserts echoing the curved walls completed by portals with Baroque embellishments.
While lacquered red gum furnishings create a chromatic contrast with the transparency of the numerous windows on the ground floor, the first floor has white onyx columns that echo the light shades of the ceiling and red gum wood furnishings that go well with the black basalt stone floors. Finally, the second floor is characterized by lacquered red gum wood furnishings combined with the brilliant intensity of red granite marble and the elegance of white onyx that acts as a backdrop for the furnishings.