May 21, 2024

Tiffany & Co. has landed in the Miami Design District.

Located at 160 Northeast 40th Street, the two-story retail concept spans 4,000 square feet with airy selling floors mixed with private salons. The space reintroduces Tiffany & Co. to Miami with the brand’s latest design concept, taking cues from the Landmark, the American jeweler’s Fifth Avenue flagship. The Miami store includes custom-made works by world-renowned artists, a differentiated jewelry assortment and immersive video displays.

Tiffany & Co.'s Miami Design District Boutique

Tiffany & Co.’s Miami Design District boutique.

Courtesy Tiffany & Co.

To commemorate the opening, the store showcases a limited-time facade featuring a flowering blossom artwork designed by Damien Hirst. The facade draws visitors into the world of Tiffany & Co. and is meant to exemplify the house’s long-standing history of blending artistry, creative excellence and inventiveness. Hirst’s design plays with dense, brightly hued blooms that seek to overwhelm the visitors’ senses as they enter into a flower-filled universe.

The store features warm wood floors, bespoke sisal runners with hints of Tiffany blue, and custom-made lighting, including six blown-glass Venini chandeliers in a swirling Tiffany-blue and white pattern, which flank the main floor. Visitors can discover the house’s most definitive collections, including Lock by Tiffany, HardWear by Tiffany, T by Tiffany and Knot by Tiffany. Video screens on the ground floor display the iconic scenery of South Beach in an immersive fresco created by Oyoram Visual Composer.

Tiffany & Co.’s Miami Design District boutique.

Courtesy Tiffany & Co.

Another nod to The Landmark: a bespoke staircase in the heart of the boutique with silver gilded walls. To the left of the staircase, a Daniel Arsham Bronze Venus Italica (XL) sculpture mirrors the one at the foot of the grand staircase at The Landmark. On the second floor, the Tiffany High Jewelry and Jean Schlumberger gallery dazzles with custom finishes and full-height windows that open to the Paseo Ponti below, casting light on a mix of the jeweler’s most unique creations. Art, decor and interior design intersect in the space through a bespoke hand-woven ceiling textile inspired by the geometric patterns of the iconic Jean Schlumberger by Tiffany enamel bracelet. Additionally, the gallery features a flowering water lily table lamp by Tiffany Studios, founded by Louis Comfort Tiffany in 1902, as well as hand-woven metallic wall fabric, vintage chairs and a bespoke desk suspended on glass legs. 

Tiffany & Co.'s Miami Design District Boutique

Tiffany & Co.’s Miami Design District boutique.

Courtesy Tiffany & Co.

Located behind two artisan glass doors, the Tiffany Café is a hidden gem within the space. The café showcases art by American artist Joel Mesler and offers an indoor and outdoor experience for guests.

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