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[Luxus+ Magazine] Gucci’s new archives unveiled in Florence

[Luxus+ Magazine] Gucci’s new archives unveiled in Florence

To celebrate its centenary, Gucci is unveiling a new archive in Florence. Housed in the Palazzo Settimanni, the label’s former headquarters, these documents trace the history of the Italian house.

 

In partnership with Pitti Uomo, Gucci reveals exclusive archives in a 30,138 square foot space designed by creative director Alessandro Michele. The Palazzo Settimanni hosts Gucci creations and archival pieces to pay tribute to 100 years of history.

 

In the Santo Spirito neighborhood, the Palazzo Settimanni, acquired by Gucci in 1953, is located on the cobblestone Via delle Caldaie https://osterreichische-apotheke.com. The five-story building (including a ground floor and a basement) is decorated with frescoes and murals created over three centuries, from the 17th to the 19th.

 

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Gucci used local artisans to create the terracotta tiles, which can be found on several floors. Each room was renovated and decorated down to the last detail, as with the door handles, molded in the shape of scissors, to enclose these precious archives.

 

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