The design line of the entire sales and consulting area with 200 m² already becomes clear in the entrance area: a continuous purist language of forms, white furnishings, white ceilings and walls are accentuated by blue colour segments in different nuances.
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Solid Gold Diamonds is one of the most recognised jewellers in Western Australia, with 2013 marking its 30th year in business, and a move to a new location. Since arriving in Perth the founder Peter Greene, a master jeweller from London’s famed Hatton Garden, wanted to develop a multi-functional studio workshop in the heart of the city.
The designers dedicated the interior to the superstar-material of brutalism: concrete. They used it in different textures from raw to waxed on the floor, walls and other interior elements. They teamed up with manufacturer and designer firms – such as Hungarian designer concrete company IVANKA – to create a professional background for the impressive design.
Drawing on the Royal Festival Hall’s heritage, Mason & Painter are bringing a collection of re-claimed fittings, furniture and fabrics from the early 1950s onwards together with a careful edit of new Spring / Summer ranges, from contemporary designers to compliment and sit alongside the main product ranges already stocked within Southbank Centre shop. One not to miss.
The applications are intuitive and clean, they use a combination of rubber stamps with offset printing and the band that covers the books and magazines is later reused as a bookmark. We created a space that conveys the feeling of a sitting room – a relaxed and cozy atmosphere where the publications on display can be taken and read on the couch.
To make the interior highly visible we built an all-white space beneath a coloured mirror lantern, in order to create an inviting retail space as well as signal its new use to the passersby. The multi-coloured lantern makes use of high ceilings and uses four different colours of mirror as well as coloured glass, to create a complex array of reflected colours and lights.
Every single element, decoration and excess is simplified and dematerialized. The baroque armchairs are upholstered in velvet ethereal white, the hangers are inspired by the minimalist sculptures by Sol LeWitt and the white diffuse environment, almost optical, conceptualizes the architecture of the interior create a simple box to serve as a container for the sought after prints of collections.
Modern and contemporary architecture for local craftwork handmade products. This was the main concept used to develop this retail store at the international departure airside zone. Cleanliness of space and pure lighting was proposed in order to exhibit product in an international format as passenger walk by.