MILAN, italy

Project "DMVB Fashion Showroom", image 01 | Lev Libeskind

Interior View

Designed for the DMBV Company

project type

interior design

Project "DMVB Fashion Showroom", image 02 | Lev Libeskind


When Daniel and Vittoria Bar Ziv started the DMVB Company in 2008, they brought not only a shared history of experience at the highest level of luxury brands to Milan, but also a plan to showcase them. Their fashion showroom in Milan does just that. The nearly 11,000 square foot facility is divided into individualized showcase locations for varied high-end brands making for a wonderfully eclectic shopping experience. The showroom, inside a renovated factory from the turn of the last century, is illuminated from above by three-dimensional sculptural skylights that enhance the rich colors of the clothing and provide a welcoming meeting point between companies and customers, with collections that vary from season to season, just like the light filtering from above.

The project was realized collaboratively with Lev Libeskind, Daniel Libeskind, and their respective studios.

Project "DMVB Fashion Showroom", image 03 | Lev Libeskind

Interior Showroom

Building area

1,100 sq.m.

Project "DMVB Fashion Showroom", image 04 | Lev Libeskind

Geometric Skylights

three-dimensional sculptural skylights that enhance the rich colors of the clothing

Project "DMVB Fashion Showroom", image 05 | Lev Libeskind

Showroom Overview

A non-linear ceiling is broken-up by jagged skylights allowing natural light to cut through the space unexpectedly

Project "DMVB Fashion Showroom", image 06 | Lev Libeskind

Skylight Detail

The entire showroom is illuminated from above by three-dimensional sculpture skylights that enhance the richness of the fashion collections

Project "DMVB Fashion Showroom", image 07 | Lev Libeskind

Skylight Close-up

Detail of singular geometric skylight