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    Placed in London, the city of industrial revolution, the project is defined as an interpretation of the neo-gothic style and its particular use o… Read More
    Placed in London, the city of industrial revolution, the project is defined as an interpretation of the neo-gothic style and its particular use of idustrialised metal structures. Gothic becomes therefore a common denomination, a link between the british context and the french character of the Martin Margiela brand. The design of the space follows Margiela’s all white compositions brings also a new touch of the gothic mood creating an interesting contrast with the abstract white shapes. Read Less
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