Architecturally-led, train-shed-chic flagship for the luxury jewellery brand.
The building speaks more eloquently than the products. The global-luxury-dogwhistle of the blue boxes and 1950s glamour heritage have carried the brand, especially since the jewellery is not overly distinctive. However the impact of the building – corner plot, size, triple-height single room hall, crowned by a triple-story glass box on the roof – is simply put a “wow”. Visit to enjoy the space even if you aren’t in the market for the silverware. Check out the Basquiat on the staircase, and the staircase itself!
“An icon unlike any other, The Landmark celebrates our House’s heritage, innovative spirit and passion for craftsmanship and design.”