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On December 11th 2014, we opened a new showroom in Milan dedicated to creativity in visual merchandising, fashion and art. The large open showroom space played host to an installation inspired by the artist Lorenzo Piermonti who was the first sculptor of the Schlappi mannequin.  The installation is inspired by one of his works called…

Written by Ian Thompson | 02 April 2015

On December 11th 2014, we opened a new showroom in Milan dedicated to creativity in visual merchandising, fashion and art.

The large open showroom space played host to an installation inspired by the artist Lorenzo Piermonti who was the first sculptor of the Schlappi mannequin. 

The installation is inspired by one of his works called ‘Moments Tubular’.The new showroom takes on a U-shape double height space set around an external area. Lit on the night with a magical forest display, Aloof and friends ‘mingled’ with guests amongst the striking tubular pieces.

The external wall of the courtyard provided a backdrop to display images and footage of the Bonaveri team at work.

Architect: Giuseppe Tortato

Interior Design & Installation: Chameleon Visual

Photography: Melvyn Vincent

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