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Published: Monday, August 14, 2006

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Ferrari Store, Milan

The Ferrari racecar is transformed into physical space by architect Massimo Iosa Ghini through his signature designs for its merchandise store chain, the most recent of which opened in Milan.

By: Iosa Ghini Associati

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View of the interiors of the store with the Ferrari merchandize on display

The Ferrari Store chain

Massimo Iosa Ghini has been creating a chain of shops selling Ferrari merchandise since the year 2002. The first store was completed at the carmaker's historic headquarters in Maranello, which was followed by shops at Bologna Airport in 2002 and Malpensa Airport in Milan in 2003. The three-storey store in Rome was opened in 2004 and the Shanghai store in 2005. The stores in the city of Milan and at Rome's Fiumicino Airport are in the final stages, and another shop is soon to open at Malpensa Airport. The stores have a minimum of 400 square meters of floor space, as opposed to the 70-80 square meters for shops.

Credits

  • Text: Courtesy, the architect
  • Photographs by Donato Di Bello, courtesy of Iosa Ghini Associati srl
  • Compiled and edited by Varun M. Ajani

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