Diptyque shop by Christopher Jenner, London

September 21st, 2012 by retail design blog

Applying our unique ‘fractal analysis’ to diptyque we marry the brand with classic Victorian Architectural and Design heritage to create an interior space inspired by English patterning and French luxury. Leadenhall Market that solitary Victorian Architectural gem at the heart of the city of London, plays host to this hand crafted illustration of provenance and storytelling. Oversized library cabinets shooting skyward are furnished with multi-layered classic mouldings and fitted with secret cupboards in English brass, stained Glass fret work and magical Mirror.

Hand made furniture in American Walnut and turned Brass, complements the Gothic revival wallpapers while acid etched Brass joinery panels frame a classic Victorian pressed ceiling from which a diffused halo is suspended above the Limestone floor. Designed to complement rather than impose, the space is a focus on artistic inclusion and cultural assimilation, reflecting a respect of history and culture; a concept at the heart of the studio.

Designed by Christopher Jenner



























http://www.christopher-jenner.com/

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