Take a look inside Delvaux‘s recently redesigned flagship boutique in Brussels, Belgium. Le 27 located at Boulevard de Waterloo, boasts an interior of rare and unique pieces signed by some of the greatest Belgian designers of the 20th century, as well as a collection of Delvaux’s signature pieces.
The boutique concept is a voluptuous and sophisticated setting, where feminine curves, subdued tones and references to classicism are all prominent.
Amidst marble, mirrors, glass walls, illuminations, inlays and Italian parquet, Le 27, in all its paradoxical shapes and forms, sets the tone for a whimsical and audacious journey. A voyage punctuated by a collection of antique aumônière purses, 20th-century Belgian ceramics, rare or even unique furnishings by the greatest Belgian designers of the 20th century – Jules Wabbes, Pieter de Bruyne, Renaat Braem to name an epic few. Add to this: historical lighting by other great masters from elsewhere such as Gino Sarfatti, Belgian contemporary pieces such as Ben Storms’, and the irreverent artworks by the Argentine artist Romina Ressia for a shot of Belgian humour and surrealism.
The perfect setting for its striking products, Delvaux’s new boutique concept was imagined by Luxembourg-based artists Martine Feipel and Jean Bechameil, as well as architectural firm Vudafieri Saverino Partners in Milan.
Mystery, playfulness and subtlety define this original scheme, which underlines Delvaux’s majestic style and unconventional elegance.