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Luxurious commercials Interior Design Collaboration of Alexander Wang And Ryan Korban

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When the Chinese designer Alexander Wang from New York took the helm of this French veteran. The Balenciaga New York flagship store already done.

Men’s and women’s independent stores span the traditional and innovative design concept. You can find such a strong contrast in every corner. Traditional marble, limestone with avant-garde concrete, leather and other materials.

Alexander Wang and Ryan Korban chose the green Cape Verde marble to replace the traditional black marble. To convey a fresher and more vibrant concept. The polished floor tiles in the store are consistent with the original studio style of the founder Cristóbal Balenciaga.

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The design of the store boldly engraves the elements of the brands.

Ryan Korban’s walls are black and white, with gold shelves and soft grey marble tiles. This style exudes classic Italian femininity, but it is out of the decadent color.

The design part of the interior for balance between tough and soft materials, textures, styles, and objects. To welcome residents and guests, the warm lobby features polished floors.

The seamless combination of luxury materials and old world textures is one of the most distinctive qualities. Ryan Korban combines modern, and contemporary technology, to blend traditional things into the modern environment and seek luxury and elegance in a modern setting. Ryan Korban’s design is extremely luxurious and fresh, which is why he is becoming the most favorite architect for many celebrities.

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It is easier to break the rules and produce more unexpected designs.

“An architect for the style, a sculptor for the silhouette, a painter for the color, a musician for the harmony and a philosopher for the proportion “.  It seems that those who came after took it seriously for the original, intrepid and unique, has managed to have a name in the world of architecture.

Adrianna Johanson

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