Kenneth Park Architects | Clarins’ First Stand-Alone Flagship Store Opens at King of Prussia
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27 Jan Clarins’ First Stand-Alone Flagship Store Opens at King of Prussia

We’re excited to announce that Clarins Group USA has opened the brand’s first retail store and treatment spa at the newly renovated wing of King of Prussia. At 1,800 SF, the location features the entire range of offerings, including skin, body & sun care, cosmetics and men’s care, along with a 250 SF treatment spa. The interior is mostly a clean, white space with dramatic use of Clarins’ signature red. Merchandising units line the walls, with the semi-private treatment spa located centrally in the space.

KPA is currently retained as Interior Designer and Architect for Clarins. We translated and refined the Parisian design team’s vision for the US, with special focus on the storefront, lighting and ceiling design. In addition to developing the architectural details, we sourced finishes and materials and ensured the space met local code requirements and was completed within budget and according to schedule. In addition to the KOP location, KPA designed the prototype concept for Clarins’ various outlet locations. KPA’s design has been rolled out to more than ten locations since 2012.

Check out high quality renderings of the space! We’ll be sure to update with photos once they become available. For more information on the store and the brand’s expansion plans, see the coverage in WWD!

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