Thursday, September 15th, 2011
Forgotten Spaces, a competition set up by the Royal Institute of British Architects, has opened a showcase of entries at Somerset House.
Jardine Couture Retail Interiors worked alongside London agency, Campaign, to implement the exhibition which highlights a broad range of regeneration proposals by designers & architects.
The show itself is housed in one of London’s forgotten spaces - the lightwells and deadspace at the back of Somerset House; a dramatic series of spaces, where the work is beatifully lit by a specialist lighting system, provided by XAL lighting.
The exhibition runs until the end of January 2012.
Thursday, September 1st, 2011
Premium bicycle purveyors, Velorution, relocated this month to a new larger retail space on Great Portland Street.
Jardine Couture Retail Interiors were brought in to project manage and help implement the overhaul from tired office space, to eye-catching retail space.
Working with product designer Henny van Nistelrooy of Studio HNV, the new interior provides a bright, spacious showcase of bikes and accessories.
Custom-designed for the store, Studio HNV’s beautiful and flexible modular shelving system proved such a success, it is now available as an off-the-shelf product. The ‘Revolver’ system is part of a range of furniture manufactured through Jardine Couture for Velorution, including bespoke point of sale and storage units and sales counters.
Monday, August 15th, 2011
As part of this years London Design Festival, The Future Lab gave a glimpse into the future of retail, with their Sweet Shoppe experience.
An atmospheric and enticing interior space was created to stage the event - built and installed by Jardine Couture.
The journey through the space takes in a 7-metre long mirrored wall and hanging garden, through to the an all-black enclosed interior space with an infinity wall and large video projection wall.
Tuesday, August 2nd, 2011
A new interior fit-out, installed by Jardine Couture at RNLI’s flagship Poole HQ.
An all-encompassing scheme, led by Lewis Mitchell of Pope Wainwright, featuring a striking new reception, effective retail space and engaging history timeline walls.
The new scheme stands as a beacon for the RNLI’s forward-thinking aspirations, whilst at the same time relecting it’s commendable past.
Sunday, January 31st, 2010
2009 has been a busy year for Jardine Couture Retail Interiors, primarily engaged in a roll-out of office HQ interiors and retail installations for one client.
Our small team of specialists have been eating, sleeping and installing their way around Europe for the most part of 2009 and now look forward to the projects 2010 has to bring.
Due to client confidentially we unfortunately cannot publish images of the completed interiors. (But let it be said that the quality and finish each project is up to our usual standard!)
Tuesday, October 7th, 2008
A new London-based outpost of JD Sports has been completed by Jardine Couture Retail Interiors this month.
The scope of works for the office space included custom-made furniture, full-height feature lightbox partitions and an overall refurbishment of the existing interior.
Friday, August 1st, 2008
Moosh - ‘the real fruit and smoothie bar’ has opened it’s first retail space in Fulham, completed by Jardine Couture and Icon Architects.
The existing site, a part-listed building which used to trade as a menswear store, was sensitively stripped out prior to the fit-out, taking care to retain the features that attributed to the original character of the building.
The new interior includes a custom-made service counter, display shelving and bench seating, all highlighted by an intelligent lighting system. The natural, modern concept is completed with an impressive slate wall behind the counter, with a secret door leading to the preparation area, TimberTech flooring and ‘Lazylawn’ artificial grass.
For full information and interior images, please go to our Boutique/Bespoke section of the main website: http://www.jardinecouture.co.uk
Sunday, April 20th, 2008
‘’…one should not sketch out utopian projects, because evolution can only result from practical experience.'’ Jean Prouve - Designer, craftsman, manufacturer, architect, teacher, engineer.
As a company fascinated by detail and craftsmanship, Jardine Couture took great interest in the recent Jean Prouve exhibition at the Design Muesum London. Working through furniture, architecture and construction details, Prouve’s work was often beautifully designed and always concieved by honest, modern techniques. The integrity of his work throughout the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s inspired such current icons as Foster, Rogers and Renzo Piano and still today looks cutting-edge.
Below are some images from the exhibition, showing a definite common language running through all of his work.
Friday, April 18th, 2008
An exciting new product showcase zone for digital channel, Cartoon Network, has been completed within Turner Broadcasting’s UK office.
The new feature walls, installed in various locations within the interior by Jardine Couture, include bold 3-D light-boxes, large feature wall frames and floating product shelving. The full wall ‘Ben 10’ graphics complete the overall effect.
Thursday, October 18th, 2007
Jardine Couture Retail Interiors have successfully completed the interior fit-out for Hawkins Bazaar’s new flagship concept store in Derby’s new
Executed in partnership with design consultants Pope Wainwright, the scope of works was seen through from design development to completion. The scheme includes custom-made perimeter wall units, shelving, POS and till units, alongside eye-catching graphics.
The end result is a very effective selling platform for the brand’s diverse range of exciting products.