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Bottega Veneta has opened the doors to its first store in Miami, the first by creative director Daniel Lee. A contrast of materials defines the new space, which pulls inspiration from process and purity, color, and clarity.
“I wanted a one-off store that fused Miami with Montebello creating a space with a modern sense of color, calmness and joy,” says Lee.
The exterior of Bottega Veneta Miami boasts refined green Verde Chianti lettering, while an oversized brass buckle has been reimagined as a door handle to complement the high-gloss green frame. Inside, the store showcases a blend of plaster and marble, concrete and brass, plywood and leather, resin and reclaimed wood. The Terrazzo Palladiano flooring is then patterned in Verde Guatemala, Bianco di Carrara, Verde Alpi, and Nero Marquina marble.
A standout feature of the Bottega Veneta Miami interior is the pink plaster and marble stairwell that leads to the upper level, where you will find reclaimed wood flooring. The second floor is designated for men’s styles, while the first houses women’s offerings.
Bottega Veneta Miami
135 NE 41st St.
Miami, FL 33137