Eva Jiricna London, Sloane St Shop, Knightsbridge Jewellers, Boodles, Photos, Architecture
Boodle & Dunthorne Shop: Sloane Street Jewellery Store – design by Eva Jiricna Architects, UK
page updated 22 Sep 2015 + 2 Jul 2014
Boodle & Dunthorne London
Address: 1 Sloane Street, Knightsbridge
Boodle & Dunthorne Sloane Street
This contemporary retail fit-out has since been redone, again by EJAL, around 2011.
This Sloane St shop has been renamed Boodles.
Boodles was founded in 1798, and is claimed to be Britain’s oldest jewllers. Boodles retail fine, high-end diamond jewellery. They also have London jewellery stores in Regent Street and Bond Street.
Project architect: Adrian Welch (e-architect Edtior)
Opening Party organised by Sophie Rhys-Jones, Countess of Wessex
Location: top end of Sloane Street, opposite Harvey Nichols, adjacent Knightsbridge tube station, close to One Hyde Park.
Eva Jiricna Architects based in Warren Street, London. The practice has completed a number of jewellery shops in England for Boodles, including Bond Street, Harrods, Regent Street and stores in northern England: Chester, Liverpool and Manchester.
Boodle & Dunthorne London photos © Adrian Welch
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Architecture in London
Another Eva Jiricna Interior in London:
London Shop Interior: photo © AW
Key interior design in London by architect Eva Jiricna:
Victoria & Albert Museum Jewellery Gallery
photograph : Katsuhisa Kida
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