Jigsaw store at Canberra Centre, Canberra – Australia

November 7th, 2013 by retail design blog

Recently Jigsaw(Aust) fashion group has undertaken a major refurbishment of their Canberra Centre store. The refurbishment included added new contemporary finishes and design elements, whilst keeping the key features and heritage of the existing Jigsaw look and feel. New feature finishes included, Laser cut metal screens, using the Jigsaw distinctive motif design. Metal finishes, such as the signature hand finished “ Patina Bronze’ to the entry portal and internal joinery. The joinery and trims would now incorporate bright polished chrome to give that sharper feel.

Flooring again kept to the fully imported Travertine tiling, now with added perimeter oak timber flooring. Lighting was also extensively upgraded with new clear glass contemporary feature pendants replacing the traditional chandelier in previous store fitouts. The store now has the distinctive Jigsaw quirky feel, but with a more contemporary premium design outcome.

Designer- Larry Hone- National Store Design Mgr. M.Webster Holdings
Fitout by – Kruueger shopfitters . Melbourne
Lighting design- Ambience lighting. Melbourne










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