Jac+Jack - The Intersection
Only a few blocks from their first boutique on Paddington’s William Street, this store is twice the size, incredibly light-drenched and absolutely luxe, but in a supremely minimal way.
Just like their approach to fashion design, the store has been updated and modernised but not re-worked. Polished concrete floors remain, as do the tall windows and doors, but certain features such as a curved ceiling and neutral colour palette (using ply, steel and stone) have been incorporated to give it that classically pared-back Jac + Jack feel.
To execute the interior, the designers brought in leading young Sydney architect George Livissianis (The Apollo, Longrain Dining Room & Bar, Shortgrain). Drawing inspiration from the new collection and campaign shots, Livissianis has brought his magic touch to the store.
Taken by the brand’s “simple, natural, undecorated” colour palette, Livissianis colour-graded the space and added sheer grey linen curtains for a relaxing, even meditative experience.