Amber&Art opens its first flagship store in Saint Petersburg,to show case amber jewellery and objects. The boutique is located in the city center, inside the famous Antonov’s Merchant House. Main character of the scene is the Amber jewel, both as an object and as an aesthetic atmosphere. The different rooms present objects and amber jewels in different typologies and working techniques. The linguistic coherence among the different rooms was obtained thanks to the choice of a limited number of noble materials like brass, silk and velvet textiles and two types of marble: London Grey and Black Stripped Olympic.
The Belgian brand LES HOMMES opens the first flagship store inBelgiumin a 200sqm space in Antwerpen, home town of the two creative directors Tom Notte e Bart Vandebosch.
The boutique- at 6 Arme Duivelstraat – it’s the second flagship store in Europe after the one in Milan Porta Nuova opened in 2014 and prelude an important expansion which foresees the opening of 15 new boutiques in Asia in 3 years time.
Like for Milan, the concept and the brand identity of the new boutique were developed by Piuarc, to whom the brand entrust the responsibility for the task to express in space, colours, geometries and materials the values and images that characterize its style.
Les Hommes it’s a sophisticated menswear fashion brand that distinguish itself for the quality of concepts, materials research- often contrasting rich and poor materials- the attention to details. www.leshommes.com
The project for the Ekaterininsky Congress Centre, on the embankment of Kuban River, aims to be a new functional area for the city.
The project wants to give a new image to the dairy store of Postalesio (Sondrio) and upgrade the commercial area and the exhibition area from an architectural and functional point of view.
Piuarch is working on the project for a new multifunctional building in the masterplan that will host the new stadium of AS Roma in the area of Tor di Valle.
The project means to redefine and to increase in value the historical landmark, designed by Luigi Broggi and Giovanni Muzio, also known as Palazzo (ex) Unicredit, in piazza Cordusio.