The new design draws inspiration from the architectural details of the restored 18th century Furla Villa in Bologna.
Elements such as the architraves of the doors, the profiles and the frames of the walls and of the ceilings have been adopted for retail, using natural tones with pastel colours.
Materials used include Italian travertine marble, rosewood, glass and metals.
Gerry Munday, global travel retail director, said: “This refurbishment is in line with Furla’s policy to introduce the new concept store design wherever possible, enabling airport retail to reflect the same high quality brand essence that is the trade mark of Furla.”
Earlier this week, the brand opened a new store in Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport’s new terminal.