Lecoadic Scotto brings French finesse to Boucheron's Moscow boutique

Lecoadic Scotto brings French finesse to Boucheron's Moscow boutique

In 1897, four years after it had set up shop in a Hôtel Particulier on a corner of the Place Vendôme, Parisian jewellery maison Boucheron opened its first boutique abroad in Moscow Now, Parisian architect duo Yann Lecoadic and Alessandro Scotto, who have been tasked with bringing a new vision to Boucheron's global boutiques, have paid homage to the house's Place Vendôme history, with an interior overhaul designed to 'bring Paris back to Moscow' In a nod to the stone used in Boucheron's Place Vendôme space, the sleek and light-filled Moscow boutique is swathed in mineral plaster.

Green marble display cases and fixtures nod to the arches which define the façade of the flagship, while green carpets evoke the colour of Boucheron's emerald-cut logo Yann Lecoadic and Alessandro Scotto established their architectural practice in 2001 Like a metal which frames a precious stone, black bars outline the angles of the Boucheron space; a tool for highlighting the pieces glimmering inside display cases.

The modernist architect Pierre Chareau, whose designs placed focus on grids and clean lines inspired the boutique's tables and display cases. . Source

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