the new fashion museum in Milan
Armani chosen a warehouse dated back to 1950 as the venue of its new museum, used in the past for grain storage by Nestlé; he contributed to change the Milan skyline, a city which constantly evolves and confirms its vocation for cutting edge style.
A dimension of great charm, a dialogue with history, even a different contemporary identity: showroom, space for fashion shows, managerial offices, marketing and communication facilities, all reunited and connected in a single site, where the spaces are open for a fluid quality of life in the workplace.
A place of dynamism and circulation of ideas, for about 400 persons, in keeping with the concept of learning organization of a campus. Every zone is different from the next, personalized, tailored by the Milan-based architecture firm Piuarch, with Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini, Monica Tricario, in collaboration with the Gucci technical team.
Palazzo Morando Attendolo Bolognini
Home to the Costume Moda Immagine (Fashion Costume Image) collection that collects pre-nineteenth century clothes and accessories.
It also often hosts personal exhibitions of the major international fashion designers.