French luxury maison, Cartier, has offered a sneak peek of its new Oceania flagship store: which is set to launch in Sydney’s bustling George Street early next year.
The store will be opened on the ground floor of Pavilion Building, which is owned and was developed by Brookfield Properties and Oxford Investa Property Partners (OIPP). The two-storey Oceania flagship will feature a modern architectural façade with custom-designed curved sandstone and translucent exterior.
“The new Oceania flagship will merge Parisian elegance whilst paying tribute to Australia’s rich culture and natural beauty, featuring the savoir faire and style Cartier is renowned for around the world,” said Alban du Mesnil, MD of Cartier Oceania.
Spanning 723sqm, the new flagship will introduce an art installation by Melbourne 3D artist Paul Milinski called ‘The Australian Dreamscapes’. The installation evolves quarterly until the boutique opens, enlivening the streets of Sydney with a journey through Australian landscapes.
“The addition of Cartier to 388 George Street continues to elevate the ground plane and pavilion, bringing outstanding tenant amenity, and solidifies the building as a premium retail destination for the Sydney CBD,” said Nicole Quagliata, fund manager of OIPP.