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Peter Marino Gives Bulgari NY Flagship An Italian Mid Century Design

From all the way in 2017 Architectural Digest, beautiful reimagining of Mid Century Italian design for the Bulgari store.

When architect and fashion maven Peter Marino was tasked with renovating the Bulgari flagship on New York’s Fifth Avenue, he looked to the luxury jewelry brand’s Roman roots. Occupying a corner spot in the iconic Crown Building (designed in 1921 by the same architects who completed Grand Central Terminal), the store’s new criss-crossed and rosette-studded façade is a standout on the street, but the marble-trimmed, glass-encased entrance is familiar—a replica of the brand’s flagship in Rome.

Read the full story here: Peter Marino Spotlights Iconic Midcentury Italian Design For Bulgari’s New York Flagship