Vacheron Constantin boutique in Lucerne represents refined aesthetic

Geneva/Lucerne - The Vacheron Constantin boutique in Lucerne has been reopened after being renovated. With these modifications, the watch manufacturer from Geneva is aiming to reflect its refined design aesthetic.

The watch manufacturer Vacheron Constantin has renovated its boutique in Lucerne. Across an area of 70 square meters at Grendelstrasse 8 in downtown Lucerne, the culture, history and manufacturing expertise of the company has been on display since the reopening. The renovated boutique is intended to reflect the refined design aesthetic of the watch manufacturer, as Vacheron Constantin writes in a press release.

“We are delighted to welcome watch enthusiasts and connoisseurs to Vacheron Constantin’s world of Haute Horlogerie and tradition in Lucerne”, comments Clémence Charrier, Brand Director Central Europe, in the press release, adding that: “This new boutique invites clients to immerse into the culture, heritage, craftsmanship and technical excellence that defines our Maison and set us apart as One of Not Many”.

The newly renovated boutique blends classic aesthetics with contemporary style and is designed to offer an intimate and pleasant ambiance to everybody who walks through the doors. Visitors can peruse the Maison’s entire watch collection in store, ranging from simple models to exclusive versions. ce/hs