•   Dec 2014
    Monop'Lab at the railwail station Paris-Montparnasse The grand opening of a new concept store called Monop'Lab at the railway station Paris-Montparnasse is adapted to all transit stops like railway stations and airports. This new store sells food and non-food products. Designed by the Department of Architecture and Monoprix Design, Monop'Lab was then illustrated by LOOKING FOR.

  •   Aug 2014
    Piaget in Beverly Hills and Moscou

    A new Piaget boutique in Beverly Hills opened in August 2014. This boutique is located on the famous avenue Rodeo Drive. A few Hollywood stars like Jessica Chastain were seen at the inauguration. A second opening of the famous watch & jewler’s brand took place at this time in Moscow. These two projects were developed by the agency Atelier Sasha forPiaget in collaboration with Looking For.

  •   Jul 2014
    Piaget in Koweit, Marina Bay and Hong Kong This month three Piaget boutiques opened their doors to the world. The first boutique is located in Kuwait in the Salhia Complex, the second in Singapore within the luxurious hotel complex Marina Bay Sands, and the third in the heart of Terminal 1 of Hong Kong’s international airport. These three projects were developed by the agency Atelier Sasha for Piaget in collaboration with Looking For.
  •   Jun 2014
    BOCO in Paris Orly

    The fourth restaurant BOCO moves in to the Orly Airport’s west wing (Hall 2) starting June 1st 2014. The group Elior, a partner to several airports in France and abroad, is at the root of this project. Elior has called upon Looking For’s services to create the 3D image of this new restaurant.

  •   Apr 2014
    Piaget in Pekin

    This month, the Casino of the luxurious and touristic train station, Wynn Esplanade in Macau inaugurated its Piaget boutique measuring 61 meters squared.
    Additionally, a grand opening of Piaget’s point-of-sale took place at the Peninsula Palace Hotel, a palace of international caliber located in Pekin, This boutique has a surface area of 43 meters squared. These two projects were developed by the agency, Atelier Sasha for Piaget in collaboration with Looking For.