• Milan

Lamberti has produced various interior metal furnishing elements for the first Italian flagship store of Swarovski opened its doors in the heart of Milan, on Corso Vittorio Emanuele. The shop was designed by the Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka and is distributed on three floors.  sales point that we list below. The staircase connecting the three levels has an extra clear crystal balustrade and stainless steel parts. The large, high, and partly curved window-shop opens the view of the shop to the public on Corso Vittorio Emanuele and via San Pietro all’Orto. The door handles have been custom made in stainless steel. The light-up store signage is made of boxed letters in satin stainless steel with white plexiglass. The display tables are made in supermirror stainless steel. On the bottom floor there were installed sliding metal and glass partitions. The entire project, just like all the other examples of clothing stores, franchises, showrooms and ateliers and jewelry stores, was made entirely in Italy at the Lamberti Design workshop in Cava De’Tirreni near the Amalfi Coast, and then carefully packed and transported to job site in Milan. The Lamberti Design staff then assembled everything in a little more than a week.

  • steel work
  • stainless steel work
  • metal work
  • furnishings milan
  • store furnishings
  • store signage
  • contract work
  • metal store furniture
  • stainless steel furniture
  • shop window
  • window store front
  • tall storefront window
  • curved shop-window
  • crystal banister
  • stainless steel sliding door
  • minimal shop-window