The jeweller Repossi, created in Turin in 1920, opens a 90 sqm space on the Place Vendôme, designed by the Rem Koolhaas architectural agency. The boutique covers three floors, each with a different ambiance, from the public space on the street front to the more intimate space on the basement level. The ground floor is for so-called quick sales, while on the rst oor the entire Repossi collection is presented. The basement level has a more intimate salon where the customer can spend longer to make his or her choice. The Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis designed the tinted mirrors that feature on all floors, continuing also in the stairwell down to the floor.
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