• Glenn Sestig
  • Titanium travertine
  • Bronze
  • Dark glass
Even on relatively small surfaces, like this first boutique for Hieronymous in Zurich, Glenn Sestig manages to express his monumental visual language. The discreet luxury of the high-end stationery specialist also spills over into the interior’s architecture. The marble floor supports a double-height contemporary library sculpture, with wooden drawers radiating the atmosphere of old type cases.

The subtle counter in bronze and dark glass draws the gaze towards the wide natural-stone staircase: the eye catcher leading towards the private living room. On the first floor, customers discuss their bespoke stationery in a homely but rich ambiance.

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