Anne Holtrop organises Parisian jewellery boutique around wavy acrylic wall

Dutch architect Anne Holtrop has used rippled sheets of acrylic to create a water-like partition inside this Parisian boutique by jewellery designer Charlotte Chesnais.

The store is set along Boulevard Saint Germain and is the second retail location that Anne Holtrop has devised for the brand.

Anne Holtrop has designed a boutique for Charlotte Chesnais

Like the inaugural branch – which features a striking acrylic display table – Chesnais wanted this space to present her jewellery in a way that fosters a “unique spatial experience”.

Holtrop’s answer was to use acrylic again – but this time to construct a towering partition wall.

A wavy acrylic wall runs through the middle

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