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Unlike any other architecture in the world, the store designed by architect Tettiero appears to have been turned "upside-down". The ceiling becomes the floor and the arches, columns and all the traditional architectural and furnishing features have been reversed. The lighting project has remained faithful to the architectural concept. It uses pendant and wall lights specially-designed to be installed upside-down and to give off diffused light. Concealed fixtures emphasize the columns and architectural features with accent lighting.

2004

Italy
Milan
Viktor & Rolf Showroom
General lighting

w/ CLS Architetti
Photo: courtesy CLS Architetti