Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur
Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur

French artist and designer Mathieu Lehanneur was appointed to conceive a special installation that is made of 12 rooms, forming a large ring – an allusion to a watch dial. 

In the middle of the circle stands a huge rock, created from cast replicas of those found in Audemars Piguet’s home in the Vallée de Joux. 

Around it, twelve doors will open, each revealing a story about Audemars Piguet: from its origins to the 21st century, from watchmaking to contemporary art, from the Vallée de Joux to China. 

The themed rooms exhibit a close-up experience of the iconic swiss brand, linking the past to the present. 

200 historical and contemporary timepieces are exhibited, transporting visitors on a 141 year-long journey. On display in the mirror room are rare vintage watches that have made milestones in the maison’s history. 

Audemars Piguet has always sought to integrate creative vision with technical mastery, as horology, artisanship and artistry have been closely intertwined for centuries. 

The brand is pushing a different kind of boundary, having embarked on this journey from Le Brassus to China, and is looking forward to witnessing the encounter between these two very different worlds.

Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur
Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur

French artist and designer Mathieu Lehanneur was appointed to conceive a special installation that is made of 12 rooms, forming a large ring – an allusion to a watch dial. 

In the middle of the circle stands a huge rock, created from cast replicas of those found in Audemars Piguet’s home in the Vallée de Joux. 

Around it, twelve doors will open, each revealing a story about Audemars Piguet: from its origins to the 21st century, from watchmaking to contemporary art, from the Vallée de Joux to China. 

The themed rooms exhibit a close-up experience of the iconic swiss brand, linking the past to the present. 

200 historical and contemporary timepieces are exhibited, transporting visitors on a 141 year-long journey. On display in the mirror room are rare vintage watches that have made milestones in the maison’s history. 

Audemars Piguet has always sought to integrate creative vision with technical mastery, as horology, artisanship and artistry have been closely intertwined for centuries. 

The brand is pushing a different kind of boundary, having embarked on this journey from Le Brassus to China, and is looking forward to witnessing the encounter between these two very different worlds.

Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur
Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur

French artist and designer Mathieu Lehanneur was appointed to conceive a special installation that is made of 12 rooms, forming a large ring – an allusion to a watch dial. 

In the middle of the circle stands a huge rock, created from cast replicas of those found in Audemars Piguet’s home in the Vallée de Joux. 

Around it, twelve doors will open, each revealing a story about Audemars Piguet: from its origins to the 21st century, from watchmaking to contemporary art, from the Vallée de Joux to China. 

The themed rooms exhibit a close-up experience of the iconic swiss brand, linking the past to the present. 

200 historical and contemporary timepieces are exhibited, transporting visitors on a 141 year-long journey. On display in the mirror room are rare vintage watches that have made milestones in the maison’s history. 

Audemars Piguet has always sought to integrate creative vision with technical mastery, as horology, artisanship and artistry have been closely intertwined for centuries. 

The brand is pushing a different kind of boundary, having embarked on this journey from Le Brassus to China, and is looking forward to witnessing the encounter between these two very different worlds.

Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio
Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio

Designed by Dutch architecture firm UNStudio, this mirror lane installation conceptually explores the symbiotic relationship of cultural reflections that occur between the city's occupants and urban landscape. It frames the entrance of the Xintiandi Style Retail Mall and twists through the space in one long architectural gesture. 

Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio
Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio

Designed by Dutch architecture firm UNStudio, this mirror lane installation conceptually explores the symbiotic relationship of cultural reflections that occur between the city's occupants and urban landscape. It frames the entrance of the Xintiandi Style Retail Mall and twists through the space in one long architectural gesture. 

Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio
Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio

Designed by Dutch architecture firm UNStudio, this mirror lane installation conceptually explores the symbiotic relationship of cultural reflections that occur between the city's occupants and urban landscape. It frames the entrance of the Xintiandi Style Retail Mall and twists through the space in one long architectural gesture. 

"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia
"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia

An expansion to the Shanghai Museum of Glass, "Keep it Glassy" displayed more than 200 works of over 50 designers from around the world. The exhibition space was designed by architecture firm Coordination Asia. 

"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia
"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia

An expansion to the Shanghai Museum of Glass, "Keep it Glassy" displayed more than 200 works of over 50 designers from around the world. The exhibition space was designed by architecture firm Coordination Asia. 

"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia
"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia

An expansion to the Shanghai Museum of Glass, "Keep it Glassy" displayed more than 200 works of over 50 designers from around the world. The exhibition space was designed by architecture firm Coordination Asia. 

Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ
Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ

Atelier I-N-D-J & CTHM architects created an urban "fountain" that flowed into the heart of Shanghai's bustling shopping epicenter, Xintiandi.

Set within the Xintiandi district, a bustling lifestyle, fashion, and shopping epicenter in shanghai, china, is RIBA’s shanghai windows project. The venture partners RIBA–Royal Institute of British Architects–members with international and upcoming Chinese retailers. Working closely with their retail partner fountain restaurant, Atelier I-N-D-J teamed up with CTHM architects to create ‘fountain flow’.

Light is scattered and refracted by 4mm diameter tubing–changing by day and night. Thousands of delicate, ethereal stands of light spill from the restaurants upper story towards a large fountain in the courtyard below. 30,000 meters of translucent cord refract and reflect light giving a shimmering impression that cascades across the front façade. The simple, bold installation playfully changes appearance as both natural and artificial light is caught, refracted, and reflected. 

Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ
Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ

Atelier I-N-D-J & CTHM architects created an urban "fountain" that flowed into the heart of Shanghai's bustling shopping epicenter, Xintiandi. 

Set within the Xintiandi district, a bustling lifestyle, fashion, and shopping epicenter in shanghai, china, is RIBA’s shanghai windows project. The venture partners RIBA–Royal Institute of British Architects–members with international and upcoming Chinese retailers. Working closely with their retail partner fountain restaurant, Atelier I-N-D-J teamed up with CTHM architects to create ‘fountain flow’.

Light is scattered and refracted by 4mm diameter tubing–changing by day and night. Thousands of delicate, ethereal stands of light spill from the restaurants upper story towards a large fountain in the courtyard below. 30,000 meters of translucent cord refract and reflect light giving a shimmering impression that cascades across the front façade. The simple, bold installation playfully changes appearance as both natural and artificial light is caught, refracted, and reflected. 

Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ
Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ

Atelier I-N-D-J & CTHM architects created an urban "fountain" that flowed into the heart of Shanghai's bustling shopping epicenter, Xintiandi. 

Set within the Xintiandi district, a bustling lifestyle, fashion, and shopping epicenter in shanghai, china, is RIBA’s shanghai windows project. The venture partners RIBA–Royal Institute of British Architects–members with international and upcoming Chinese retailers. Working closely with their retail partner fountain restaurant, Atelier I-N-D-J teamed up with CTHM architects to create ‘fountain flow’.

Light is scattered and refracted by 4mm diameter tubing–changing by day and night. Thousands of delicate, ethereal stands of light spill from the restaurants upper story towards a large fountain in the courtyard below. 30,000 meters of translucent cord refract and reflect light giving a shimmering impression that cascades across the front façade. The simple, bold installation playfully changes appearance as both natural and artificial light is caught, refracted, and reflected. 

Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition
Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition

The Icon and Iconoclasts by Louis Vuitton in IFS in Chengdu, China. 

Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition
Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition

The Icon and Iconoclasts by Louis Vuitton in IFS in Chengdu, China. 

Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition
Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition

The Icon and Iconoclasts by Louis Vuitton in IFS in Chengdu, China. 

Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition
Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition

The Icon and Iconoclasts by Louis Vuitton in IFS in Chengdu, China. 

T-Rex Revealed Exhibition / Studio Cassells
T-Rex Revealed Exhibition / Studio Cassells

T-Rex Revealed Exhibition was displayed in a shopping center in Tianjin, China. The installation was designed by a Hong Kong-based design firm Studio Cassells that specialises in both cultural and commercial exhibition design. Their projects range from permanent museum exhibition design to temporary exhibitions for luxury brands.

Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur
Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur
Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur
Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio
Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio
Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio
"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia
"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia
"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia
Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ
Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ
Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ
Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition
Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition
Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition
Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition
T-Rex Revealed Exhibition / Studio Cassells
Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur

French artist and designer Mathieu Lehanneur was appointed to conceive a special installation that is made of 12 rooms, forming a large ring – an allusion to a watch dial. 

In the middle of the circle stands a huge rock, created from cast replicas of those found in Audemars Piguet’s home in the Vallée de Joux. 

Around it, twelve doors will open, each revealing a story about Audemars Piguet: from its origins to the 21st century, from watchmaking to contemporary art, from the Vallée de Joux to China. 

The themed rooms exhibit a close-up experience of the iconic swiss brand, linking the past to the present. 

200 historical and contemporary timepieces are exhibited, transporting visitors on a 141 year-long journey. On display in the mirror room are rare vintage watches that have made milestones in the maison’s history. 

Audemars Piguet has always sought to integrate creative vision with technical mastery, as horology, artisanship and artistry have been closely intertwined for centuries. 

The brand is pushing a different kind of boundary, having embarked on this journey from Le Brassus to China, and is looking forward to witnessing the encounter between these two very different worlds.

Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur

French artist and designer Mathieu Lehanneur was appointed to conceive a special installation that is made of 12 rooms, forming a large ring – an allusion to a watch dial. 

In the middle of the circle stands a huge rock, created from cast replicas of those found in Audemars Piguet’s home in the Vallée de Joux. 

Around it, twelve doors will open, each revealing a story about Audemars Piguet: from its origins to the 21st century, from watchmaking to contemporary art, from the Vallée de Joux to China. 

The themed rooms exhibit a close-up experience of the iconic swiss brand, linking the past to the present. 

200 historical and contemporary timepieces are exhibited, transporting visitors on a 141 year-long journey. On display in the mirror room are rare vintage watches that have made milestones in the maison’s history. 

Audemars Piguet has always sought to integrate creative vision with technical mastery, as horology, artisanship and artistry have been closely intertwined for centuries. 

The brand is pushing a different kind of boundary, having embarked on this journey from Le Brassus to China, and is looking forward to witnessing the encounter between these two very different worlds.

Audemars Piguet Exhibition / Mathieu Lehanneur

French artist and designer Mathieu Lehanneur was appointed to conceive a special installation that is made of 12 rooms, forming a large ring – an allusion to a watch dial. 

In the middle of the circle stands a huge rock, created from cast replicas of those found in Audemars Piguet’s home in the Vallée de Joux. 

Around it, twelve doors will open, each revealing a story about Audemars Piguet: from its origins to the 21st century, from watchmaking to contemporary art, from the Vallée de Joux to China. 

The themed rooms exhibit a close-up experience of the iconic swiss brand, linking the past to the present. 

200 historical and contemporary timepieces are exhibited, transporting visitors on a 141 year-long journey. On display in the mirror room are rare vintage watches that have made milestones in the maison’s history. 

Audemars Piguet has always sought to integrate creative vision with technical mastery, as horology, artisanship and artistry have been closely intertwined for centuries. 

The brand is pushing a different kind of boundary, having embarked on this journey from Le Brassus to China, and is looking forward to witnessing the encounter between these two very different worlds.

Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio

Designed by Dutch architecture firm UNStudio, this mirror lane installation conceptually explores the symbiotic relationship of cultural reflections that occur between the city's occupants and urban landscape. It frames the entrance of the Xintiandi Style Retail Mall and twists through the space in one long architectural gesture. 

Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio

Designed by Dutch architecture firm UNStudio, this mirror lane installation conceptually explores the symbiotic relationship of cultural reflections that occur between the city's occupants and urban landscape. It frames the entrance of the Xintiandi Style Retail Mall and twists through the space in one long architectural gesture. 

Xintiandi Mirror Installation / UNStudio

Designed by Dutch architecture firm UNStudio, this mirror lane installation conceptually explores the symbiotic relationship of cultural reflections that occur between the city's occupants and urban landscape. It frames the entrance of the Xintiandi Style Retail Mall and twists through the space in one long architectural gesture. 

"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia

An expansion to the Shanghai Museum of Glass, "Keep it Glassy" displayed more than 200 works of over 50 designers from around the world. The exhibition space was designed by architecture firm Coordination Asia. 

"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia

An expansion to the Shanghai Museum of Glass, "Keep it Glassy" displayed more than 200 works of over 50 designers from around the world. The exhibition space was designed by architecture firm Coordination Asia. 

"Keep It Glassy" / Coordination Asia

An expansion to the Shanghai Museum of Glass, "Keep it Glassy" displayed more than 200 works of over 50 designers from around the world. The exhibition space was designed by architecture firm Coordination Asia. 

Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ

Atelier I-N-D-J & CTHM architects created an urban "fountain" that flowed into the heart of Shanghai's bustling shopping epicenter, Xintiandi.

Set within the Xintiandi district, a bustling lifestyle, fashion, and shopping epicenter in shanghai, china, is RIBA’s shanghai windows project. The venture partners RIBA–Royal Institute of British Architects–members with international and upcoming Chinese retailers. Working closely with their retail partner fountain restaurant, Atelier I-N-D-J teamed up with CTHM architects to create ‘fountain flow’.

Light is scattered and refracted by 4mm diameter tubing–changing by day and night. Thousands of delicate, ethereal stands of light spill from the restaurants upper story towards a large fountain in the courtyard below. 30,000 meters of translucent cord refract and reflect light giving a shimmering impression that cascades across the front façade. The simple, bold installation playfully changes appearance as both natural and artificial light is caught, refracted, and reflected. 

Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ

Atelier I-N-D-J & CTHM architects created an urban "fountain" that flowed into the heart of Shanghai's bustling shopping epicenter, Xintiandi. 

Set within the Xintiandi district, a bustling lifestyle, fashion, and shopping epicenter in shanghai, china, is RIBA’s shanghai windows project. The venture partners RIBA–Royal Institute of British Architects–members with international and upcoming Chinese retailers. Working closely with their retail partner fountain restaurant, Atelier I-N-D-J teamed up with CTHM architects to create ‘fountain flow’.

Light is scattered and refracted by 4mm diameter tubing–changing by day and night. Thousands of delicate, ethereal stands of light spill from the restaurants upper story towards a large fountain in the courtyard below. 30,000 meters of translucent cord refract and reflect light giving a shimmering impression that cascades across the front façade. The simple, bold installation playfully changes appearance as both natural and artificial light is caught, refracted, and reflected. 

Fountain Flows / Atelier INDJ

Atelier I-N-D-J & CTHM architects created an urban "fountain" that flowed into the heart of Shanghai's bustling shopping epicenter, Xintiandi. 

Set within the Xintiandi district, a bustling lifestyle, fashion, and shopping epicenter in shanghai, china, is RIBA’s shanghai windows project. The venture partners RIBA–Royal Institute of British Architects–members with international and upcoming Chinese retailers. Working closely with their retail partner fountain restaurant, Atelier I-N-D-J teamed up with CTHM architects to create ‘fountain flow’.

Light is scattered and refracted by 4mm diameter tubing–changing by day and night. Thousands of delicate, ethereal stands of light spill from the restaurants upper story towards a large fountain in the courtyard below. 30,000 meters of translucent cord refract and reflect light giving a shimmering impression that cascades across the front façade. The simple, bold installation playfully changes appearance as both natural and artificial light is caught, refracted, and reflected. 

Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition

The Icon and Iconoclasts by Louis Vuitton in IFS in Chengdu, China. 

Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition

The Icon and Iconoclasts by Louis Vuitton in IFS in Chengdu, China. 

Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition

The Icon and Iconoclasts by Louis Vuitton in IFS in Chengdu, China. 

Louis Vuitton Monogram Exhibition

The Icon and Iconoclasts by Louis Vuitton in IFS in Chengdu, China. 

T-Rex Revealed Exhibition / Studio Cassells

T-Rex Revealed Exhibition was displayed in a shopping center in Tianjin, China. The installation was designed by a Hong Kong-based design firm Studio Cassells that specialises in both cultural and commercial exhibition design. Their projects range from permanent museum exhibition design to temporary exhibitions for luxury brands.

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