For the gallery for contemporary jewelry, the exhibits themselves take center stage in the minimalist concept. A cube in the middle made of flush stainless steel and maple wood surfaces contains showcases, as well as the devices necessary for the running of the shop and storage space
The seamless transition from the floor to the cube and the invisible way the exhibits are mounted in the showcases continue this minimalism and avoid superfluous details. There is nothing to divert the observer’s attention from the jewelry.
AR+D Award, The Architectural Review, London 1999
Client: Isabella Hund
Date of Completion: 1998
Landau + Kindelbacher Architects Interior Designers