Molto Missoni: Urquiola Dresses Up Milan Flagship

At the Missoni flagship in Milan by Studio Urquiola, custom window shades in micro-perforated anodized aluminum flank the entrance, while a pendant fixture by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni hangs above a custom display case in oak and glass. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

In the main sales area, panels of cell-cast acrylic host the brand’s signature zigzag pattern, and the wool carpet is custom. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Entry is through a box formed from laminated glass panels. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Women’s clothes hang from custom rods of tinted galvanized steel. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Shelving is lacquered steel. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Some walls are faced in back-painted glass, others in mirror glass. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

A pendant fixture of laser-cut tinted galvanized steel illuminates a glass-topped lacquered-oak display case, both custom. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Lacquered-wood-and-steel accessory displays lit by LEDs are bolted to an oak-clad column. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Back-painted glass fronts this partition. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

An oak wall panel is scored with a geometric pattern. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Another wall’s oak paneling repeats the pattern of the parquet floor. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Custom display tables and shelves mix glass, acrylic, lacquered oak, and steel. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Custom ceiling spots fitted with halogen bulbs are in the same tinted galvanized steel as the clothing rods. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Surrounded by the existing building’s limestone, an LED window display riffs on the Missoni zigzag. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Part of this oak display shelf is lacquered. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

Custom oak latticework defines the menswear department, where a Patricia Urquiola chair upholstered in a Missoni wool sits in a corner. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Patricia Parinejad.

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