Hublot flagship store by Peter Marino, Tokyo

December 29th, 2011 by retail design blog

Opened on June 2nd, 2011, the first-ever Hublot flagship boutique in Japan is located at prestigious Namiki street in Ginza, Tokyo. Following Place Vendom in Paris and Madison Avenue, Beverly Hills, Ginza is the 35th Hublot boutique as its expansion in the luxury retail sector is set to continue throughout 2011 and well into the future.

The boutiques design, by Peter Marino, the famous New York “star” architect, carries the same concept as the Hublot boutique in Place Vendom, Paris (opened in December 2010) and Madison Avenue, New York (opened in February 2011) and has been developed by reinterpreting the concept of fusion dear to the brand, and introduced materials such as bronze, natural buckskin or ebony to convey a warm yet tranquil atmosphere. A wide variety of watches will be displayed in the boutique using innovative and captivate showcases, and the newest Hublot events will be displayed on a high definition screen. The new boutique is also the only location to offer “Vendome Collection” in Japan.

http://www.horozima.com/2011/06/hublot-opens-its-first-ever-boutique-in.html
http://journal.hautehorlogerie.org/en/news/news/hublot-opens-its-first-ever-boutique-in-japan-2730/

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