Peter Marino's Brand Buildings

The New York architect combines respect for the past with a brand's essence in store designs for such luxury names as Dior and Vuitton

At first, it's easy to mistake the Manhattan office of Peter Marino for an art gallery. The award-winning architect has chosen his sleek, white-walled workplace as the venue to discuss his 10 favorite buildings of all time. His picks include the futuristic, winged Milwaukee Art Museum by Santiago Calatrava, the modernist Seagram Building in New York by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and the former Fiat factory in Turin, Italy, which Renzo Piano transformed into an complex of offices, stores, and a hotel.

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