By The Nation
The 255-square-metre store has been fully renovated to celebrate the arrival of the first Bottega Veneta collection
designed by creative director Daniel Lee. It has a new sense of openness and modernity, with the interior designed
around the theme of lightness.
Walls are painted bright white or covered in plaster with a Roman travertine texture. The floors are covered with dark
ivory limestone and pale carpets, while the ceiling is pure white.
A pale-hued Antique Oak is used throughout the store to create linear shelves and glass-topped display tables.
Distinctive visual elements such as brushed brass racks, colourful jelly cubes and cement pillars for product display
and vintage-inspired leather seating complete the renewed decor.
Bottega Veneta established its presence in Singapore by opening its first store at Takashimaya Department Store in
2009. It now has four branches in the city state.