David Yurman Townhouse

New York City
Photo © Paul Warchol
 
 
Photo © Paul Warchol
 
 
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Photo © Paul Warchol
 
 
Photo © Paul Warchol
 
 
Photo © Paul Warchol
 
 
Photo © Paul Warchol
 
 
Photo © Paul Warchol
 
 
Photo © Paul Warchol
 
 
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Architects
Gabellini Sheppard Associates LLP
Address
712 Madison ave, 10065 New York City
Year
2010
Stories
1-5 Stories

Set within a landmarked, six-level townhouse, the David Yurman flagship boutique in New York is conceived as the “home of David Yurman.” The 6,000-square-foot Townhouse reinterprets the iconic American Modern architecture of the mid-1900s to provide a window into the modern, artisanal sensibility of the David Yurman collections.

The interior architecture is defined by vertical movement and suspended volumes, a dramatic interplay between expansive height and compressive, intimate spaces. Three atria visually connect the three retail floors, and a sculptural walnut and stainless-steel stair leads upward from the ground-floor women’s collections, to the second-floor men’s collection and third-floor bridal and couture showroom.

The lighting concept heightens the emotional quality of the space and employs a variety of direct and indirect sources. Organic materials are used throughout the space, while rich, artisanal metal finishes reflect David Yurman’s background as a sculptor and celebrate his artistic legacy.

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