Following Paris and New York, in 2011 Van Cleef & Arpels inaugurated its third flagship boutique in Hong Kong, within the prestigious Landmark Prince’s Building. This grand opening was an important step for Van Cleef & Arpels, 30 years after its arrival in Hong Kong.
Pagodas, dragons, ceramics, silks and other wonders of the Far East have nurtured the creative vision of Van Cleef & Arpels since the early 20th century. Asian myths abound with themes dear to the Maison: nature captured in all its poetry and vitality, as well as the magic of heavenly creatures.
The design of the Hong Kong boutique, developed by the Jouin Manku Agency, brings to light the links that unite Van Cleef & Arpels with its surrounding environment. The glass facade of the building at 10 Chater Road Central, a mix of modernity and creativity, captivates the gaze with its dazzling radiance. Inside, oak mingles with Corian, creating an elegant and welcoming atmosphere. The wood paneling, the tender, muted harmonies and the interplay of light invite visitors to indulge in a moment of peace and relaxation, an interlude of sweet harmony in the heart of the city.