Callison's design for the first Harvey Nichols department store in Indonesia achieves a “creative departmental diversity” within a large department store that our judges found “inviting” and “sophisticated.” The judges were especially impressed with the effort to incorporate local design motifs and materials into the store rather than trying to take a cookie-cutter approach to the project. Callison tapped local artisans to create hand-cut tiles, handcrafted furnishings, fabrics, and metal and woodwork. The patterns are also inspired by local designs. One judge wrote that the “core design motifs managed to be woven into numerous departments in different materials that appear to flow well throughout the store.”

Project Name

Harvey Nichols

Location

Jakarta, Indonesia

Square Footage

96,840 square feet

Architect

Callison

Developer/Owner

PT Mitra Adiperskasa Tbk

Credits

Design Team

Doug Shaw, project manager; Andy Shaw lead designer; Jessica Eaton, Jeany Kim, Kate Lee, Quinn Brant, designers

General Contractor

PT Daya Indria Permai

Lighting Consultant

Lighting Design Alliance

Wall Coverings and Textiles

Carnegie Fabrics

Timorous Beasties

Cole & Son

Brewster Wallcovering Co.

Marcel Wanders