Chris Gascoigne Photography|Chris Gascoigne Photography|Chris Gascoigne Photography|Chris Gascoigne Photography|Chris Gascoigne Photography|Chris Gascoigne Photography|Chris Gascoigne Photography|Chris Gascoigne Photography||Swarovski’s London HQ is a showcase for its sparkling wares|The firm’s many facets – jewellery, fashion and interiors – are all represented|Bespoke joinery is used extensively throughout the refit|Crystal-free-zone: simple Vitra desks instead|Glittering Swarovski luminaires hover above a meeting-room table|Occasional shots of colour break up some of the neutrality|Jewellery displayed to its best in custom-made niches|Loads of storage – and some stiletto-proof flooring – prove that glamorous can be practical, too||
11 Apr 2011

Swarovski by James Langford Architects

Words by Helen Parton

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