October 3, 2012
UK-based designer Christopher Jenner has conceived a new store luxury fragrance brand for Diptyque Paris, situated in London’s Leadenhall market – an area which is known for being the Victorian Architectural gem at the heart of the city of London.
Transforming a traditional space, Jenner and his team have created a cozy retail environment that marries both new and old design details. Exuding an air of high-end luxury, this eclectic interior embraces the space’s existing coloured glass and intricately patterned Victorian accents, with oversized library cabinets, furnished with multi-layered classic mouldings and fitted with secret cupboards in English brass, stained-glass fretwork and antique Mirror.
Despite of its compact 11-sq-m size, the cozy space extends upwards with a 4m high ceiling that displays Diptyque’s luxe scented products. The posh perfumes feature minimalist packaging that is sleek and sophisticated and are showcased in varying glass bottles resembling dainty jewels.
The furniture pieces installed within are made from walnut complemented by gothic revival wall coverings, while etched brass journey panels frame the interior’s traditional Victorian pressed ceiling from which a diffused halo of light is suspended over the Dorset basalt floor.
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