Category Archives: Jewelry & Watches
Piaget, a 140-year-old jewelry and watch retailer, recently opened its newest retail store in New York’s Hudson Yards. Designed by New York-based TPG Architecture, this salon-style boutique drips decadence with its luminescent, arched windows outlined in gold, and opulent, palatial design. Once inside customers will find five distinct and intimate zones such as the Discovery Area, an open lounge, a “Precious Alcove,” a Private Alcove and a VIP lounge to enjoy.
TPG Architecture was founded 1979. Headquartered in New York City, with a regional office in Long Island, TPG works locally and all over the world with completed projects in over 43 countries. The firm works in the following sectors: corporate interiors, retail, hospitality, healthcare, education, base building architecture, branding, and graphics. VIEW PROFILE
Richemont owned French jeweler Van Cleef & Arpels opened its first Boston boutique at 40 Newbury Street last weekend.
HIRSCH CONSTRUCTION CORP. is the General Contractor who has worked on the project
Hirsch Construction Corp. brings to life the most exciting locations for the nation’s best brands in a plethora of industries.
realiseda new shop for the renowned jewellerMeister 1881.
The design for the new concept of the traditional shop in Zurich’s Bahnhofstrasse was created by the Andrin Schweizer Company. The renowned architect defined the interior design of the jeweller’s shop on Zurich’s Bahnhofstrasse as “the king’s class of interior design” and explained: “With such a fine and noble product as watches and jewelry, it is extremely important to think through the details of the interior design precisely and to execute them with particular care.
As a general contractor, precision work is a matter of course for us and so GANTER has also rebuilt and renovated this property to the highest standards of aesthetics and functionality. Ganter has experience with renowned luxury brands, especially with regard to the exclusive display case construction: In the past, they have already designed exclusive showcases with sophisticated lighting and safety technology for customers such as Tiffany, De Beers
Watches of Switzerland’s first U.S. flagship opened in New York’s SoHo, premiering a new design developed in collaboration with MNA. The 8,000-square-foot space includes a fully functional bar created in partnership with Death & Co.—one of New York’s most influential cocktail lounges—and a library filled with books curated by Esquire Magazine’s fashion director.
Enhancing the existing elements of the original ironworks building, Shawmut restored the wood floors, original columns, and exposed brick.
Shawmut is also partnering with Watches of Switzerland on its second New York location at Hudson Yards.
The Grade II-listed five-story building in the heart of London on New Bond Street has been home to French jewelry and watch-maker Cartier since 1909.
Jacques Cartier’s early travels to India led to Cartier’s iconic Tutti Frutti style. This legacy is celebrated at the New Bond Street boutique with the unveiling of a unique tiara from Coloratura, Cartier’s latest high jewelry collection.
David Webb, The Quintessential American Jeweler, opened a new shop at the newly jewelry floor at Saks Fifth Avenue, New York.
Atelier Design is the Architectural and Design firm who has worked on the project.
Atelier Design is a full-service architecture and interior design firm that creates environments for a wide range of retail, commercial, and residential clients in the U.S. and abroad.