Panerai Releases Commemorative Luminor Geneva Boutique Special Edition

Panerai is the product of distinct traditions rooted in two countries: the sophistication of Swiss watchmaking artistry and an illustrious history of design inheritance from Italy. Situated at 21 Rue du Rhône in Geneva, in one of the most prestigious streets in the world, Panerai proudly unveils its unprecedented flagship store: two whole floors characterized by innovative modularity and Italian design blend physical and digital features to deliver a unique sensorial experience. To mark the opening of its new boutique, Panerai commemorates a waterproof timepiece ingenuity in the watchmaking sphere.

Upon entering the boutique, Panerai’s iconic luminous green wall clock may be the first element to grab customers’ attention, but one of the most striking novelties is the presence of a large videowall on which product can be impressively projected and magnified.

To reinforce this principle of experiential interaction, underneath the staircase leading to the second floor is a corner dedicated to the Laboratorio di Idee, a wall with portholes that “allows customers to touch and see Panerai’s philosophy of creating and developing new materials and movements in a transformative and sustainable way” states Creative Director Alvaro Maggini.

This core vision comprised of sustainable building and transformation is echoed in the modular lounge on the second floor. A stunning room with Italian furniture and iconic design pieces adorn the bright space, complemented by Italian literature and design books and, of course, some of the most prestigious high complication and special edition Panerai references.

The lounge can undergo a rapid transformation and become an elegant dining room in occasion of press and client events. When not in the lounge, clients are invited to visit the next-door bar area.

The bar in Art Deco style comprises one of the main elements in this area, a dual space that functions both as a café and drinks bar as well as an interactive rotating shelf through which customers can play and discover their favorite strap and case combination. A moveable platform follows the curve of the bar and allows customers to enjoy an Italian coffee or signature aperitivo during the experience.

The bottom of the bar structure is composed of ten containers holding ten different coffee beans from around the world, turning a core component of Italian culture and habit into an impressive piece of art.

An original Vespa from 1956 and a beautiful library housing glassless product displays and Italian vintage elements complete the setting. A modular stand-alone display shelf area can be used to highlight the novelties of the moment or major partnerships: when needed however, these shelves can be folded down onto themselves to create further walking space.

The peak of the floor’s animation however is in the shape of a curious periscope, behind which customers can see relevant Panerai stories unfold. This new creative concept, ‘Modularità Espressiva’, will be soon adopted in Panerai boutiques all over the world, redesigning the brands’ relationship with its customers.

To commemorate the boutiques’s grand opening, Panerai has unveiled the Luminor Geneva Boutique Special Edition.

The LGBSE is limited to 121 units during production and features a matte black 44mm case designed of titanium. The first-ever gradient dial will accompany the P.5000 internal movement, accented by Arabic numerals illuminated in neon green. In line with previous Panerai models, the manually wound caliber delivers an eight-day power reserve and inertia balance courtesy of Glucydur.

Engraved on the case back is an elegant mural of Geneva’s landmark Jet d’Eau fountain, accompanied by two interchangeable straps: a recycle-based PET strap and a green rubber strap. The waterproof timepiece commemorates the Italian watchmakers ingenuity in the watchmaking sphere, marking the opening of its experiential concept store in Geneva.

The timepiece is exclusive to the Panerai Geneva Boutique and retails for $9,700 EUR (approximately $10,815 USD). Come into the beautiful world of Panerai.

Auteur: amr63

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