Published on: July 16, 2010
This Chanel boutique pairs two distinct concepts side-by-side to house both fashion and fine jewelry.
Fashion is crisp, graphic and bold while fine jewelry is warm and subtle, with a calming residential feel.
Fine jewelry includes a series of display vitrines with custom LED lighting fixtures designed specifically for this application.
The lighting design supports these two distinct environments, each with its own character but playing upon the same stage.
Design challenges included the necessity for energy efficiency, easy and infrequent maintenance, complex and awkward spaces and the technical and aesthetic requirements of fine jewelry display lighting.
LIGHTING DESIGNER: Fisher Marantz Stone, Inc. – Paul Marantz, Michael Hemmenway, Frank Hollenkamp ARCHITECT: Peter Marino Architect Client: Chanel PHOTOGRAPHY: Chanel / Fisher Marantz Stone
Posted by: Mitja Prelovsek