Decoration of Diptyque Marylebone, inspired by an illustration of the French countryside painted by the brand’s founder in the 1960s.

Our brief was to play with colour in nature. Taking inspiration from Fauvism, we developed a palette and style where painterly marks are both abstract and representational. Upon entering the store, customers are greeted with a hand-painted tiled cash desk, leading the way to a riot of colour to create a backdrop for the iconic Diptyque products.

Interior architecture by Design Time, Photography by Tess Newall

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