Studiopepe draws on Milanese stations for La Rinascente womenswear department

Design and architecture agency Studiopepe references Milan’s offices and metro stations in its revamp of the fourth floor of the city’s renowned luxury department store La Rinascente.

The fourth floor, which is home to the store’s womenswear department, has been reimagined by the Milanese studio using bold graphic elements and pop colours.

The interior is dotted with colourful accents including changing rooms encircled in orange curtains (top image) and Rodolfo Bonetto’s Boomerang armchair (above)

Studiopepe, founded in Milan in 2006 by Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pint, conceived the space as a series of zones subtly organised by functions and

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