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bjornsrandoms:

With the concept of the “cosy home” in mind, the new Chanel boutique is made to look (and feel) like a residence, with an open rooms concept, so that one can walk about freely and seamlessly from one “room” or “salon” to another: Ready-to-Wear, Accessories, Shoes, Watches, and Fine Jewellery. The clever use of mirrors within the store also makes the store seem MUCH larger. The natural light that comes through via the glass windows coupled with the use of warm lighting throughout the store adds to the cosy factor, and is thus felt to be more inviting, especially for their clientele. Sofas and chairs are also strategically placed throughout the store; all made of Chanel’s signature tweed.




The facade from Jalan P. Ramlee. One can drive right up to the entrance and get dropped off in front of the store.






The other entrance from inside KLCC (located next to Tiffany & Co)





The black wall panels are is the feature wall for watches






The RTW salon which can be partitioned into a private area. There’s also a VIP fitting room and area in the new store that is cleverly concealed. Try to see if you can spot (within this picture) which bits would lead you to this VIP area.
Oct 12, 2012 / 3 notes

bjornsrandoms:

With the concept of the “cosy home” in mind, the new Chanel boutique is made to look (and feel) like a residence, with an open rooms concept, so that one can walk about freely and seamlessly from one “room” or “salon” to another: Ready-to-Wear, Accessories, Shoes, Watches, and Fine Jewellery. The clever use of mirrors within the store also makes the store seem MUCH larger. The natural light that comes through via the glass windows coupled with the use of warm lighting throughout the store adds to the cosy factor, and is thus felt to be more inviting, especially for their clientele. Sofas and chairs are also strategically placed throughout the store; all made of Chanel’s signature tweed.
The facade from Jalan P. Ramlee. One can drive right up to the entrance and get dropped off in front of the store.

The other entrance from inside KLCC (located next to Tiffany & Co)

The black wall panels are is the feature wall for watches

The RTW salon which can be partitioned into a private area. There’s also a VIP fitting room and area in the new store that is cleverly concealed. Try to see if you can spot (within this picture) which bits would lead you to this VIP area.
jaimejames:

Get in my house!
Oct 8, 2012 / 30 notes

jaimejames:

Get in my house!

Oct 4, 2012 / 6 notes

thehandbookauthority:

the guts of Bletchington

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