• John Hardy’s first U.S. flagship, located in New York’s SoHo neighborhood, offers a highly differentiated and authentic shopping experience designed to engage all five senses with the myth and magic of Balinese artisanship.

  • Signature carved wood details punctuate the space with rich walnut and hammered gold inlays, summoning elements of earthy softness and water reflection.

  • A large-scale art installation hand-carved from teakwood tree root—the sustainable byproduct of production—serves as a dynamic focal point, manifesting creativity and celebrating the uncompromising artistic ethos behind the brand.

  • All millwork was custom designed and fabricated in collaboration with Amuneal. In keeping with John Hardy’s commitment to community and artisanship, each display was hand-fabricated from solid, natural and locally sourced materials in Amuneal’s Philadelphia-based fabrication studio.

  • Large jewelry display tables, made from locally sourced black walnut, recall the communal artisan’s table in the brand’s Ubud, Bail, workshop.

  • The story of John Hardy’s unique artisan handcrafted jewelry-making techniques is unveiled in a curated gallery on the second-floor Workshop, where the art of jewelry-making is depicted from sketches and inception to the craft of mold-making, and the special techniques that make the final product.

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