Delfina Delettrez Store by Architecture at Large, London – UK
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Located in Yibin, China, this jewellery retail shop adopts a vision to create a heartfelt and sophisticatedly classic shopping experience to visitors with design reflecting the properties of precious stones in a manner that is environmentally appealing to elevate one’s mood of excitement in the passionate pursuit of something that is personally valuable.
Covering 220 square meters at the Women’s area and 326 square meters at the Men’s area, the two-story Dolce & Gabbana store at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands features the complete range of ready-to-wear, leather goods from the classic and seasonal collections of bags to small leather goods, shoes, high jewellery, timepieces, sunglasses, and fragrances.
Ania Kruk is a brand with unique history. Despite its young age it carries almost 200 years of family goldsmith tradition as the frst goldsmith workshop signed by the name of Kruk was established in 1840. It was the family tradition that inspired architects from mode:lina studio while creating a new interior design for Ania Kruk boutique.
Each department is differentiated to evoke the feeling of intimacy within the large store format; inviting customers into the Trophy Room (accessories), Lounge (shoes), Treasure Room (jewellery) and Studio (beauty). The product stories presentation is clean, with materials selected to appeal to the Dutch love of simplicity.
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.
Sharp linear coloured highlights punctuate the space creating contradiction and juxtaposition. A central open wall was used as to create flow and order in the space, with the perimeter display the central focus throughout. The design intends to both reflect and provide a backdrop to the precious artisan nature of the product on display.