Ahead of the launch of the latest collection by new creative director, Daniel Lee, Italian luxury goods and high fashion brand, Bottega Veneta has revamped its Singapore boutique.
The makeover saw the 255 square metre boutique, located at Ion Garden, re-furnished to reflect the theme of lightness.
The space now has a new sense of openness and modernity. Walls are painted bright white or covered in plaster with a Roman ‘travertine texture’. The pure white ceiling is complemented by floors that are covered with dark ivory limestone and pale carpets.
The interiors feature pale-hued Antique Oak that is used throughout the store to create linear shelves and glass-topped display tables.
Opened in Singapore in 2009, with the first store at Takashimaya, Bottega Veneta now has four stores in the city.