2 February 2023

Dressing Beauty for the Aldo Coppola Atelier at La Rinascente Duomo

Beauty, technology, and recycling are priorities: the furniture dresses up and dresses down, changing looks to match the seasons, fashions, and moods.

The creative ideas of Aldo Coppola Jr. combined with a meticulous study of materials, conceived to have the least possible impact on the environment, were fabricated by the architect Anton Kobrinetz and produced by Gamma&Bross.

The furnishing of the Aldo Coppola Atelier at the Rinascente Duomo Milano can be dressed up or dressed down thanks to the work stations Dressing Beauty, conceived to be transformed according to the mood, fashion, and seasons.

What was once an exterior passage to the eighth floor of the Rinascente department store is today a harmonious combination of light, colors, and mirrors with breathtaking views of the spires of the Milan Cathedral. This exclusive space, which mixes technology and ecological design, can be reached by climbing a marble staircase embellished by suggestive images that Aldo Coppola reproduced on Limonta Wall.

Constructed in natural teak, the reception Beauty Desk echoes the eco-technological design of the Beauty Spa area. Here two luxury suites encompass the client in the ecstasy of silence, of wood, and a breathtaking view.

The area dedicated to the Aldo Coppola Man features interwoven fabrics enclosed inside designer glass by Albed, while the zone destined to relaxation treatments-washing is a wave of teak that embraces the client to transmit the warm and positive energy of wood and the specks of LED lights in natural silver. The VIP Lounge washing stations offer a special massage and are equipped with an audio system that can be personalized with one’s own playlist.

The Aldo Coppola Atelier at Milan Cathedral La Rinascente revolves around the concept of Dressing Beauty Design: Miss Beauty Workstation, and the Petal Chairs can be “dressed up and dressed down”, or can change to please by selecting the design from the Dressing Beauty Design fabric swatches. Prioritizing recyling binds with LED lighting, studied to waste less energy.


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