New flagship for luxury cosmetics brand
Triplar has worked closely with JM Scully and their client Estee Lauder this Summer to deliver a new flagship MAC Pro store for the cosmetics brand.
Replacing the thriving store on Fourberts Place, which was established in 1997, the new store opened in Carnaby Street at the beginning of September.
The brand was keen to build on its success to date by expanding the floor space of the new store. The design had to appeal to an existing customer base and new clientele from elsewhere in the capital.
The unit is situated close to the iconic Liberty department store and comprises of two old buildings stretching over several floors – with the new store sprawling over three of them (two retail and one back of office).
Main fit-out works for the building were awarded to J M Scully, with Triplar delivering all shop furniture in partnership with the Dorset-based contractor.
The furniture incorporates material finishes of distressed metal, reclaimed wood from 60 year old roof beams, Richlite paper stone, Colourcore laminate and smoked grey mirroring. Furniture items included cash desks, make-up bars, personal makeover rooms, tables and wall units.
Triplar MD Tim Rodwell said: “With the added pressure of strict timings I’m pleased are team were able to work effectively with both the Estee Lauder design team and J M Scully, to deliver the new flagship concept for MAC.
”This is the latest in a number of projects we have completed successfully with J M Scully, and I look forward to our fruitful partnership continuing.”Back to News