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Going Stateside Jenner Studio creates an ideal setting for French perfume brand Diptyque.


Jenner Studio teamed up with French perfume brand Diptyque for the company’s first American project. The design was based on three factors - Journey, Eccentricity and Craft. The Journey is an illustration of the connection between the brand, culture and communication. Eccentricity communicates design, colour, pattern and the whimsical, whilst Craft represents a dedication to art, time, care and passion. “We didn't want to come to New York and make a French statement, we wanted to develop a design that reflected the best of both cultures”, explains Jenner. The company’s commitment to traditional craft was central to differentiation. As such, all the elements within the space are handcrafted in the UK and America. The storytelling is centred on 180 hand painted mirrors suspended from a floating metal structure. Each section of the wall is broken up into seasons, reflecting the ever-changing trees on


Bleecker Street, and delivering a background patterning for images of the industrialisation of New York, art and fashion. Between mirrors a solid Stainless Steel acid-etched puck of the iconic Diptyque logo acts as structural branding. Central to the room, a Stainless Steel Chandelier with 100 drop-down bougie lights in a double tier is shaped in two rings from the Ditpyque logo, with each bougie sandblasted. Wallpapers and Fabrics for the


project were created bespoke based on traditional Native American Mohawk bead and basketry work. The central tables stand on hand carved Tulip wood legs that are covered with bespoke fabric.


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Jenner Studio T: 02087461249 W: www.jennerstudio.com


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