Completely immersed into luxury, BOLERO store in Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine) has been designed by the Italian-Argentinean architect Fernando Mosca.
In this space Bolero tried to collect the greatest range of the best shoes and accessories present on the market today.
For the design of the 350 sqm space as well as for the fittings that furnish the shop, architect Fernando Mosca took inspiration from a contemporary luxury that radiates emotions of beauty.
“My vision of the current culture in eastern Europe is that it aims more in making easier experiencing and feeling the luxury than just relying on the traditional standards of formal and aesthetical richness”
declared architect Fernando Mosca.
The space is divided between ground floor and basement and is characterized by the peculiarity of its limits: enlightenment and the different materials make them most out of the floor, wall and ceiling, influencing our perception.
Every single object of each commercial spaces outfitted by the Fernando Mosca team is often the fruit of an internal research work.
From lamps to armchairs and the false ceiling, displays and decorations: each furniture contribute to express the right emotions and identity.
The coupling of the Arabic styled marble from Turkey with the glass walls of the back shop, the bright wood of the furniture, the tinted crystal of the shelves and the brass inserts creates great aesthetical effects, elegant and sophisticated.
The rhythms of shapes are nearly musical under the enlightenment of the small chandelier, installed at regular intervals, creating precise and joyful lighting effects.
Facing the street, the ground floor is fully devoted to the best brand in the world whereas the basement has a completely different atmosphere, transformed in an extremely luxurious lounge just like a VIP area where by prior appointment, clients willing to some privacy can be welcomed.