In a fusion of classic and contemporary design, the interiors of Asprey’s stores in London and New York express both the traditional values of the heritage brand, as well as a bold vision for its future. Both projects involved the refurbishment of existing buildings, and convey a similar impression of elegance, light and space. The two levels of the London boutique are connected by a spiral stair within a new glass courtyard, while marble staircases with sleek glass balustrades rise up through the three storeys of the New York store. A palette of rich textiles and opulent materials are combined with custom-designed display cases, which echo the craftsmanship associated with the quintessentially British goods.

Facts + Figures

  • Appointment: 2001
  • Completion: 2004
  • Client: Asprey & Garrard
  • Collaborating Architect: Gilmore Hankey Kirke (GHK)

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