Baselworld 2015, the world’s ultimate event for luxury watches and jewelry is almost reaching the final day. Nonetheless there’s still the opportunity to pass by for those who haven’t experienced yet Baselworld, all the luxury brands and all he magnificence associated. The outstanding pieces are not the only aspect you should consider paying attention to when visiting the event. Those who have visited the event already will certainly agree with BRABBU’s Editorial Team, the luxury brand’s booths deserve our attention too. Especially this year when we have projects by Peter Marino and Toyo Ito. Below you will find the best luxury stands, it was hard to pick the best due to all the great stands we found, but we hope you like them:
For this year’s event in Basel, French label Hermès sought out none other than designer of the moment Toyo Ito, the Japanese 2013 Pritzker prize winner, to conceive that all-important exhibition space. Fine materials and skilled expertise came together to create an architectural piece very much emblematic of the fashion house.
It was Peter Marino, the architect behind Chanel’s avenue Montaigne boutique, that the French fashion label entrusted once again with the task of designing their 10th Baselworld pavilion.
After making an impressive debut at Basel last year with the collection The Britain, Burberry has now taken over territory of its own in the grand hall. Christopher Bailey dreamt up this two-floored design with the help of some of the best craftsmen in Britain.
Dior Horlogerie offer visitors to Baselworld a trip back in time. Designed by the Architecture de la Maison agency, this 900m² stand brings Monsieur Christian Dior’s original graphic illustrations of to life.
Bulgari revealed its latest undertaking at Basel, covered in a distinctive snake skin motif, the entire 1,800m² space skillfully works the label’s unique fashion quirks into an architectural design. Taking example from the winding watch pieces from the Tubogas Collection, a metal walkway that winds its long elegant structure along the three stages of the stand, with vintage Angelo Mangiarotti chandeliers and various Murano glass pieces.
Worth visiting is the booth of Maserati, the official car partner of Baselworld 2015: