Posts Tagged ‘jewellery’

Saint Laurent store by Anthony Vaccarello, Miami – Florida

December 1st, 2016



Although slabs of white and black marble, polished brass elements and plenty of glass still dominate the palette, the retail setting looks slightly tweaked under current creative honcho Anthony Vaccarello.

MALIANGHANG jewelry Boutique by Atelier Liang Liang Design Studio, Shanghai – China

November 29th, 2016



Comprised of white, brass and the brand’s signature color- the British racing green, the space was designed to take the viewers onto a tour of a luxury fine lab. Start from the first glance, the window design visualized the process of 3D printing by setting calculated irregular lines into pictures.

Hugh Rice Jewellers by Innovare Design, East Yorkshire – UK

November 24th, 2016


A rich colour palette of warm grey, satin brass and dark bronze runs throughout the store. Sight lines have been opened up by removing walls and accentuating the new spacious feel with a lime-washed oak herringbone plank floor bordered by a sumptuous silver grey carpet.

HSJ jewellery flagship store by Ravish Mehra Deepak Kalra, Moradabad – India

November 23rd, 2016



Elements with detailed Mughal craftsmanship are fully captured and used to create an environment that leaves people awestruck. The interiors see a rich use of coloured steel, mirror, marble inlay works and heavy fabrics. Every product has been given a special display infrastructure and environment suiting the product and client profile.

Denovo Diamonds store by Jagnus Design Studio, Makati City – Philippines

November 16th, 2016



Upon entering the store, you would automatically be drawn to the sleek back glass panels and the white light boxes that resemble diamonds in a diamond mine, which is the design concept of the store.

Kassis Jewelry store by Studio Omerta, Mykonos – Greece

October 21st, 2016

Emphasis has been given to the quality of the materials chosen for the execution of the project, marble flooring, wood, leather and bronze, in particular, the stunningly beautiful cylindrical lighting installations, playing a decorative role to attract passers by.

Museum of Canada Boutique by Lumsden Design, Ottawa – Canada

September 12th, 2016

White stained Canadian maple and black and white American oak are used, sometimes cut so the grain is on the diagonal as a playful visual element.

Ambush workshop by Wonderwall, Tokyo – Japan

September 3rd, 2016

Since its inception in 2008, Ambush has gone from strength to strength, appealing to fashion forward circles across the planet. The jewellery brand is now expanding operations with the highly anticipated launch of Ambush workshop, its very first store just off boutique-lined cat street in Tokyo’s buzzing Shibuya shopping district.

Fossil Jewellery store by Global Display, London – UK

August 11th, 2016

Using brass detailing and retro inspired forms alongside curved detailing softens the appearance, whilst the clean white lines and incorporation of digital POS displays ensures the concept can house multiple brands and provide flexibility of both layout and display.

Links of London store by Sheridan&Co, Toronto – Canada

July 22nd, 2016

In order to tone down the imposing austerity of stately looking interiors and mix heritage with modernity, a number of carefully curated and quirky props were introduced for the ‘story wall’ that would enrich the Links of London brand story around its jewelry and inject a touch of eccentric British humor to the space.

Dusak Hodinar & Zlatinik, Prague flagship store by Dobas AG, Lucerne – Switzerland

July 20th, 2016

The front section of the boutique is dedicated to high end jewellery brands, accordingly more feminine colour compositions were chosen, finalizing in a secluded lounge corner with an impressive chandelier designed by Lasvit, a renowned Czech glass company.

Balenciaga flagship store, Los Angeles – California

July 9th, 2016

upervised by Gvasalia himself, the palette incorporates an eclectic variety of materials, ranging from concrete and satin, to cast aluminum and glass, resulting in an aesthetic that pairs references of Balenciaga’s couture history and its original headquarters on Avenue George V in Paris with raw modern design elements.

Repossi flagship store by OMA, Paris – France

July 9th, 2016

Each floor has been given a distinct aesthetic, the retail concept is based on the notion that shoppers purchase jewellery at different paces – fast, slow, and very slow, and the setting of each floor corresponds accordingly.

Ofée French Jewellery Boutique by Stefano Tordiglione Design, Hong Kong

June 15th, 2016

Large windows containing Ofee’s collections span the walls to ensure the intricate pieces are displayed to full effect, while showcases inspired in their design by traditional French furnishings stand on classic chevron wooden flooring.

boutique.Goldsmiths concept by Green Room, UK

May 26th, 2016

To accommodate different brands side-by-side, a flexible, modular layout with distinctive lighting has been designed. The free-standing bespoke display cases also enable brands to be relocated in-store with ease, supporting flexible content curation around new releases or latest trends.

HOEIDO jewellery by Shotaro Sanada, Tokyo – Japan

May 23rd, 2016

10mm x 10mm mosaic tile makes it possible to show “Lightness” and something “Floating” for its heavy solid surface.

Karman Jewelry’s EDGE Collection Exclusive Packaging by Edinas paper installations

May 19th, 2016

The use of strictly geometric shapes simplified to the extreme gives the collections minimalist packaging an exciting, spatial composition that reflect on the jewellery line. The straight lines of bent edges both link and define the pieces of the jewellery and the packaging.

Georg Jensen jewellery by Studio David Thulstrup, Munich – Germany

May 6th, 2016

Further inside the store, the newly introduced men’s area along with the private sales area, offer a darker and warmer atmosphere with walls of dark walnut and high vertical timber slats.

Ur & Penn store by Dalziel & Pow, Gothenburg – Sweden

April 19th, 2016

Operational simplicity was an important part of the Ur & Penn brief. Dalziel & Pow created a modular cube-based system combining low-level storage, serviced glass display cabinets and open displays where customers can touch and engage with the product.

Audemars Piguet Lounge at Art Basel by Sebastian Errazuriz, Hong Kong

April 12th, 2016

Three key components will anchor Errazuriz’s design: the icicle as a beautiful form, accumulating over time; the water drop, seen as nature’s ticking pulse; and ripples in the water, symbolizing the forward movement of new life.