01 Apr 2021 • Retail
Interior elements function as a systematic whole at Stone Island's Miami flagship
Stone Island’s fourth store in the North American market is a presence in Miami’s Design District, developed by German firm Zeichenweg.
For its global flagship stores, Italian fashion brand Stone Island tapped Heidelberg-based industrial designer Marc Buhre, founder of Zeichenweg. The Miami interior, which covers 280-sq-m, iterates upon Buhre’s concept for other locations in Europe, North America and Asia. Each element within the Florida space – from the black-stained natural oak furniture and anthracite-hued shelving to the carbon-bar hangers – has been conceived to work together, resulting in a highly functional environment. The flooring and walls are covered in bush-hammered stone, balanced with coloured MDF panelling and metallic mesh layered atop a steel substructure. Passers-by are enticed into the flagship by an eye-catching marble-effect façade punctuated with slightly askew square windows.