Dutch architect firm AMO has created a nightclub-esque show space for Prada’s Spring/Summer 2017 collections in Milan.
It was installed at the Fondazione Prada complex that was completed by AMO last year, and features metal mesh surfaces illuminated by psychedelic coloured lights.
The centrepiece of the space is a straight ramp suspended between the floor and the ceiling that acts as the catwalk, while mesh has also been used to make stepped seating along the perimeter for guests to watch the show.
“A continuous metallic surface folds around all the elements of the set generating an abstract layer, composed of meshes with different patterns and dimensions that overlap to recreate a total space,” says AMO. “The transparency of the cladding material unveils the underlying framework with Cartesian precision.”