Architectural Design

Interior Design by G4 Group, in VersaceBarcelona, Spain

Interior Design by G4 Group seen at Versace, Barcelona - Architectural Design
Interior Design by G4 Group seen at Versace, Barcelona - Architectural DesignInterior Design by G4 Group seen at Versace, Barcelona - Architectural DesignInterior Design by G4 Group seen at Versace, Barcelona - Architectural Design
The new Versace boutique in Barcelona has more than 720 square meters where harmoniously merge the past and the present of the firm. The opulence and glamor of traditional Italian architecture are reflected throughout the interior of the premises, a concept conceived by Donatella Versace herself in collaboration with the English architect Jamie Fobert . In the store stands out the mosaic floors inspired by the Byzantine churches, which contrast with Plexiglas walls and the almost invisible shelves that seem to float in the air. The circular design of the mosaic floors resumes with the movement of the walls, in which the golden color of the brass is the main protagonist, conferring a contemporary atmosphere of luxury in which classicism and futurism merge.

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"Barcelona-based architectural design studio.
Our studio creates concepts for private residences, boutiques, hotels, spas and restaurants, covering aspects such as Brand Identity, multichannel development strategy, products & services extension, customer experience design, programming, point of sale design in the context of concept launch, re-launch, repositioning and expansion.
We also manage the realisation of projects on an international scale, including permitting, tender process, engineering, project management, roll-out engineering, construction supervision and maintenance."

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