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Red Valentino Store in London created by the french architect India Mahdavi is a definetly a new spot to see in London. Find out everything with London Design Agenda.
India Mahdavi has used bubblegum-pink and mustard-yellow velvet panels for the interior of this London fashion boutique for RED Valentino.
The interiors of this store are modern and very creative. Take a look and get some interior design ideas with this London interior design project!
This project is not the first project in London by this remarkable french architect, since she created the interiors of London’s Sketch restaurant.
India Mahdavi worked together with the Red Valentino’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli who said: “The initial idea, together with India, was to create an intimate and emotional space” and “A meeting place that favours dialogue, a virtual and real exchange of ideas.”
A shopfront framed in brass is one of the many highlights that this store have.
The interior of this Red Valentino store has 170-square-metre and the signature of India Mahdavi is implicit in every detail of this project, with accents of soft pink and vibrant ochre against a white backdrop.
For Mahdavi “Colour is fundamental in my work, so is texture,” she said “I use texture like colour, and I use colour to bring light.”
The space is the first RED Valentino’s store in London, and is dedicated to the brand’s ready-to-wear clothing and accessories.
Hope you got inspired with this amazing project created by the remarkable French architect India Mahdavi!