Jac+ Jack store by George Livissianis, Sydney

January 30th, 2014 by retail design blog

A sought-after brand among a demographic that likes high-quality basics, Australian fashion brand Jac+ Jack designs timeless pieces for both men and women. Expanding its business, the brand has added a fourth shop, this time at the strand arcade in downtown Sydney. The store is a renewed collab with Australian architect George Livissianis who created a sleek yet luxurious setting, using a mix of carrara marble, concrete, steel and belgian cotton linen.

Designed as if an intricate puzzle, the marble flooring has a playful geometric pattern and a series of cabinets seemingly protrude from the floor, following its lines. The cabinets and other interior elements in fact subtly reference Jac+ Jack’s other stores, and intentionally create a retail coherence of sorts. Adding visual drama and softening the interior design’s hard edges are the flowing and generously measured curtains. The new Jac+ Jack store carries the brand’s full range of men’s and women’s collections.

http://superfuture.com/supernews/sydney-jac-jack-store-opening-23804

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