Ermenegildo Zegna Reveals Redesign of London Store


Milan-based Ermenegildo Zegna has unveiled its newly revamped store on London’s New Bond Street, a process two years in the making. Spread across two buildings and four floors, the 6,512-sq.-ft. store now dwarfs the location that previously opened at the site in 1987.

Designed by New York-based architect Peter Marino, the interior evokes warmth and masculinity with details like Italian marble, leather handrails and tabletops, and even bale of wool. The upper deck includes a 1950s-style wood bar with marquetry details, teal leather stools, and a tapestry by William Kentridge. With sustainability in mind, the design also features rooftop solar panels and LED lighting as well as wood certified by the Forest Stewardship Council.

The brand oversees 550 locations.

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