At last… the very first (and only) boutique of the French fashion house Christian Dior in the Netherlands has opened its doors.
The realisation of the Dior boutique in Amsterdam was quite a feat. As the main contractor, Store3D had overall responsibility for this prestigious project. Amsterdam has now acquired a distinctively Parisian look. The clear mark that has been made on the map of haute couture is without any doubt at all the result of the close collaboration between three parties: Dior the client, Retail Architects INK Associates from London, which was responsible for the design, and Store3D.
Store3D translated the design into practical concepts to facilitate the realisation of the project. Store3D’s expertise and craftsmanship proved to be extremely welcome and the desired high-quality interior, the completely concealed climate control system and the imposing staircase, which is made of fine ironwork, were realised in close-knit cooperation with various professional partners.
Store 3D always goes the extra yard to unburden its clients and tight control of the Dior project led to a great end result. The boutique has a unique lay-out spread over two levels with six-metre-high ceilings, a large number of mirrors and an attractive play of natural light. The tasteful furnishings exude the intimacy and elegance of a Parisian townhouse. Visitors can’t help but feel immediately at home there.