The Alkemistry's range of stunning, timeless jewellery is made from gold, diamonds and precious gemstones. It is exclusively curated from international female designers, and complemented by a unique personalised collection, handmade in London. Born in 2015 thanks to former Harrods’ buyer Kirstie Gibbs, The Alkemistry started its journey in Harvey Nichols and Selfridges in London, before finding a home in Covent Garden where we had the great pleasure of bringing Kirstie’s visions to life.

One store, many meanings. The address, 22 Floral Street, reminds of the most powerful of all numbers in numerology: able to turn lofty dreams into realities, it is confident, pragmatic, ambitious and disciplined.

Once inside, the customer will be part of a magical retail experience. The natural journey will take her/him through the different alchemy elements. Whimsical blue waves will characterise the walls behind the jewels, gold backgrounds and fluctuating light reminds us of the power of fire, strong ivy leaves will bring the customer back to earth while an arc of flickering lights will make them dream on air.

At The Alkemistry, you will find Carbon & Hyde, Dana Rebecca, Meira T, Kismet by Milka, Redline, Robinson Pelham, Sydney Evan, The Alkemistry, Zoë Chicco and Wolf.

A lighting feature that is starting conversations ..

A lighting feature that is starting conversations ..

Lets Talk Exhibition

An exciting project to be involved with in alongside @charlieclift @wearesketch and @hollywoodmonsterltd.

Let’s Talk is a campaign aiming to spark millions of conversations about mental health, to inspire others to open up about their own mental health. This is a free outdoor exhibition and is on display until the end of November in various locations around London.

Regents Place, Finsbury Avenue Square and Paddington Central.


Exhibition build - Cologne

The crew drove over to Cologne for the ANGA COM exhibition.  Building for ATX Network Corporation.  Custom built cabinets with touch screen AV.  An impressive 8x4M tensioned fabric hanging banner and a stunning fabric print to the back wall.  Hand built, wooden, semi private meeting room areas certainly turned some heads.. 

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