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Where to shop in Milan and what to do in Milan today? Two questions that can have one quick solution. We’re about to introduce you new Milan stores openings, with Golran that produces persian rugs that are akin to fine works of art, so it seems fitting that the brand’s first flagship store is a gallery-like space.
Located on Via Pontaccio, the inaugural outpost’s interior is the work of Storage Associati architects with art direction by Francesca Avossa Studio.
On the ground floor a serene clean-lined white space is flooded with daylight by three wide frameless windows, giving a chance to who’s walking by the store to have a quietness sneak peek.
Down below in the basement, a wider ‘sample library’ and office space houses more than 500 carpet samples within a bespoke sliding shelf system. Here, customers can peruse exquisite hand knotted rugs by the likes of Dimore Studio, Inga Sempé, Raw Edges, Bertjan Pot and Isabella Sodi.
To ensure that the basement space does not go undiscovered, Storage Associati installed a glittering brass staircase that connects the two floors. “This staircase attracts customers down into the library space,’ say the designers of the opulent intervention.”
“The choice was to let customers enter a calm and simple gallery where carpets are hung on the wall or suspended like masterpieces. Contrary to this, the brass of the staircase creates a break, calling customers down into the working area, where we played with copper and detailed forms.”