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Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship

72 Spring Street, New York City Excerpt from “Marc Jacobs Showroom and Offices: Stephan Jaklitsch Architects.” Architectural Record Online. Sept 2010: Program: An expansion of Marc Jacobs' eighth-floor SoHo showroom onto the floor below, adding new showrooms for ready-to-wear and accessories, offices for sales and public relations, and an office for the company president, for a total of 10,000 square feet. Design concept and solution: The Stephan Jaklitsch team sought to design an environment for buyers and editors continuous with the Marc Jacobs brand. The palette of materials—ebonized wood floors, custom sycamore millwork, nickel vitrines and lighting—recalls the Marc Jacobs stores, as does furniture by Christian Liaigre. Video monitors set into the showroom walls play images from the runway shows. The architects created a double-level executive suite, cutting away part of the seventh floor ceiling and adding a metal and glass staircase to connect the president's office below with Jacobs' above. 2006 - 2007 Showroom Design & Architect: Stephan Jaklitsch Design, New York Project Team: John Pourciau, Palmer Thomson-Moss, Kimberly Jackson (Project Manager), Anna Vignale, Steven Fehler, Christine Persaud, Natalie Cheng (First Concept Design) Photos: courtesy interiordesign.net Fixture Contractor: Apogee Design & Construction Client: Marc Jacobs International LLC _______________________________________________________________ Excerpt from the exhibit : SHOP "New Retail Space for London" May 3 - June 23, 2007 at The Building Centre: The store is organized around a central light well with two main spaces facing the street and two in the rear courtyard. The designers have retained existing Regency architectural elements and incorporated them into the design with Marc Jacobs' custom sycamore millwork. Each store for Marc Jacobs is a distinct response to the architecture of the existing fabric and varies according to the urban context and particular typology of the building in which the store is located. 2006 - 2007 Client: Marc Jacobs International, LLC / LVMH Global Concept Design: Stephan Jaklitsch Design, New York Design, CDs & Project Management: Natalie Cheng, Kathryn Pakenham 3D Visualisation: Natalie Cheng, William Ngo Exterior Signage Graphics: Natalie Cheng UK Architect of Record: MRA Architects Lighting Designer: Isometrix Fixture Contractor: Schmitt Photos: courtesy stephanjaklitsch.com

Project Roles
Architect, Furniture Designer, Project Manager
Skills
Architectural Scale, AutoCAD, Furniture Design, Project Management
Media
Architecture
Project Industries
Fashion, Retail
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship
Marc Jacobs - NYC Showroom + London Flagship