architecture commercial justin solon of fine jewelry
Palm Springs, California - 1976




THE PROJECT
To prepare studies for the interior design of a long narrow commercial space to display and sell fine jewelry.
To produce representative renderings of the space.

THE SITE
A deep narrow one-story commercial building on a busy thoroughfare.

THE CLIENT
Brenda Searson-Smith
Palm Springs, California


unless noted otherwise all images copyright d. holmes chamberlin jr architect llc

The Concept
To increase the sense of space in a narrow envelope through the creative use of strategically placed mirrors.
Individual "private" display tables along one side are balanced by deep shadowbox jewelry displays on the opposite wall.
The overall ambiance was based on a minimalistic japanese-influenced theme of clean lines and sensuous textures
designed to leave the fine jewelry as the main focus.



renderings by d holmes chamberlin jr, architect.








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