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Tiffany & Co. Unveils Store in Miami Design District

Luxury jewelry brand Tiffany & Co. has launched a store in the Miami Design District.

The location showcases a limited-time façade featuring a mural of brightly hued flower blossoms designed by artist Damien Hirst.

A nod to Tiffany & Co.’s New York flagship

Inspired by the Landmark (the jeweler’s iconic New York flagship store), the new two-story, 4,000-square-foot outpost integrates elements of the city with the brand’s storied history.

Video screens on the ground floor display the scenery of Miami’s South Beach in an immersive fresco created by Oyoram Visual Composer. Warm wood floors are paired with bespoke sisal runners and custom lighting, including six blown-glass chandeliers in a swirling Tiffany Blue and white & co. miami design district staircase Daniel Arsham Bronze Venus Italica (XL) sculpture

At the heart of the store is a bespoke staircase with silver gilded walls inspired by the staircase at the Landmark. To the left of the staircase is Daniel Arsham’s Bronze Venus Italica (XL) sculpture, which also mirrors the one on display in New York.

The Jean Schlumberger gallery

The second floor houses the Tiffany High Jewelry and Jean Schlumberger gallery, which displays the jeweler’s most exclusive pieces. Here, full-height windows open to the Paseo Ponti below, while bespoke handwoven textiles—inspired by the geometric patterns of the Jean Schlumberger by Tiffany enamel bracelet—run across the ceiling.

Handwoven metallic wall fabric along with a flowering water lily table lamp by Tiffany Studios, vintage chairs, and a bespoke desk suspended on glass legs round out the gallery.

Nestled behind two artisan glass doors is the Tiffany Café, where art by American artist Joel Mesler is showcased.

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