An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about jewelry

Project • By ayami takada architectsShowrooms


sparkling world of jewelry in the department store of the station building.This is an experimental attempt to create a legally unrealizable program in a station building. As people's lives change, it is becoming clear that there is a need to change the functions of potential places in various situations. I would like to propose the concept of a multifunctional floor whose usage changes according to the needs of users. More

Project • By FlosMuseums

Museo del Gioiello

First opened in 2014, the Vicenza Jewellery Museum is extraordinary and unique. Not only because it is located in the grandiose halls of the Palladian Basilica of Vicenza, enhanced by the design of the Spanish designer with studio in Milan, Patricia Urquiola, but also because it is the first museum dedicated entirely to the art of goldsmithing in Italy and one of the few in the world. At a cost of one million euros and in collaboration with the Vicenza Fair and the Vicenza Town Hall, this museum occupies an area of 410 square metres within the Palladian Basilica and meets the needs of a territory that has always invested in the production of goldwork and has become the centre of world importance in this field.  To enhance the beauty... More

Project • By SkB ArchitectsShopping Centres

Ben Bridge Jeweler

Ben Bridge believes jewelry is about more than just adornment. It is a means of expression, love, personality and history. The patina and character of a piece tells a story unique to its owner and its meaning is enhanced over time. As such, Ben Bridge wanted to evolve their store experience to exude the same authentic feel, history and personality. Prospective and current customer research undertaken by the design team uncovered unmet desires for an array of staff engagement styles. Clientele wanted display variety to facilitate individualized experiences that recognized the customers’ unique, personal stories.  The design team began by evaluating existing conditions and researching benchmarks within the industry via sit... More

Project • By Metaphor Interior ArchitectureShops

The Crown

Being different than typical jewelry stores, The Crown was designed with unique approach. The dominant usage of rose gold in paneling and pink hues in the space has set the trademark for the brand. This resonates with the concept of representing elite women elegance and charm. Window display is an integral part in creating this design to ensure the products are getting the spotlight they need in this shimmering runway.To compliment the elegance exhibited by the rose gold bronze frames/lists, alluring grey marble covers the surrounding wall inside and outside the store. The choice of marble material is intended with the purpose to upscale the retail experience for incoming guests to the store. Despite the association of pink colour to femini... More

Product • By AgrestiGioia Bianca

Gioia Bianca

Armoured jewelry armoire in white bird’s eye Maple polished. Inside safe in white shiny. Brass plated 24 karats gold accessories. Safes to be anchored to the wall with metal screws (supplied). Opening with digital Touch Keypad and emergency key system. Available with 3 - 6 - 9 watch winders, entirely made in Switzerland. 24 Karats gold plated hardware. Ref.9490 cm. 54,5x41x133 kg. 112 More

Project • By SOMA architectsShops

Koukjian Jewelry

Koukjian is a jewelry store in central Beirut. The existing site was long and narrow, so taking advantage of these conditions, we created on elongated central linear space. Reflecting the use of the space, a jewelry store, we wanted to create an interior space reminiscent of a jewelry box. The walls are wrapped in vertical Corian strips designed using parametric software to create a jagged surface along the walls – like a jewel. Lights are placed between the strips to enhance their verticality, while the actual display cases are housed in rotating panels which can be completely hidden. More