Stylish, unusual and welcoming - as with all THOMAS SABO shops the impressive feature of the flagship stores is their customer-friendly, exclusive interior, reflecting the familiar designs of the THOMAS SABO brand and at the same time skilfully blending in with local architectural influences. One particular highlight presented by the flagship stores, alongside the Sterling Silver, Charm Club, Watches and Beauty collections, is the exclusive Fine Jewellery collection. From Frankfurt and London to Vienna: get to know a selection of our flagship stores !
THE THOMAS SABO FLAGSHIP STORES
Close to well-known Nuremberg Castle and the main market – venue for the world-famous annual ‘Christkindlesmarkt’ Christmas market – the 165 square-metre THOMAS SABO flagship store is located on Nuremberg’s Königstraße.
The custom interior concept convinces with an exciting combination of antiques, modern design classics and specially-commissioned one-off pieces. The staircase with its exquisite silver-leaf wallpaper adorned with Chakra motifs leads to the generous 1st floor, which – with its iridescent, gold-coloured carpeting, among other things – is a striking contrast to the minimalist design of the ground floor. Special highlights include the wall installation comprising vintage mirrors, stylish furniture and 1950s look lamps, which all lend the sales space a most unique character. The richly-contrasting interaction between modern interior design and diverse cultural influences underlines the various characters of the respective collections, bringing the atmosphere to life.
THOMAS SABO Nuremberg Flagship Store
Königstraße 2, corner of Kaiserstraße
The THOMAS SABO flagship store in London's famous South Molton Street opens up an impressive shopping experience over an area of 190 square metres. Housed as it is in a former royal post office, the flagship store combines local influences with modern and antique design elements from Europe and Asia. The special highlights include the Venetian silk lamps, the Asian window grilles and the hand-made terrazzo floor, which together provide a refined and stylish ambiance. You can learn more about the Grand Opening of the shop here.
THOMAS SABO Flagship Store London
65 South Molton Street
W1K 5SU London
The Frankfurt location has a quite special historical significance for the THOMAS SABO brand – as the first shop worldwide was opened in the metropolis on the Main in 1998. Today our customers can immerse themselves in the fascinating world of THOMAS SABO over 80 square metres of individually designed presentation area. Modern high-gloss fronts harmonise perfectly with the classical terrazzo floor and rectilinear chandeliers, and lend the store on the Steinweg a powerful aura. Learn more about the splendid opening ceremony here.
THOMAS SABO Flagship Store Frankfurt
The flagship store located in the centre is inspired by the Stuttgart cityscape and is geared to the architecture of the buildings from the 50s and 60s. By combining classical design and modern elements the shop on the Market Square creates a shopping atmosphere of a special kind over a sales area of 114 square metres. The stylish terrazzo floor harmonises with the silver leaf fronts of the wall display cabinets and, together with other exquisite style elements, creates a harmonious and unmistakable spatial concept which perfectly reflects the THOMAS SABO brand and the unmistakable design codes.
THOMAS SABO Flagship Store Stuttgart
The 90 square metre flagship store in the centre of Zürich radiates an extremely stylish ambiance and it has a captivating interior, oriented on the style of the Wilhelmenian building. The fittings are dominated by a combination of European and Asian, as well as antique and modern elements. Special highlights are the imposing wooden staircase made in Switzerland and the silver-leaf wallpaper with its impressive koi mural on the staircase. In addition, selected details such as a bronze dragon or set of Asian scales form a bridge between the shop layout in the Bahnhofstrasse – one of the most exclusive shopping streets in the world – and the unmistakable THOMAS SABO designs.
THOMAS SABO Flagship Store Zurich
The 160 square metre flagship store in the Viennese Seilergasse has been designed with much love of detail, giving due consideration to international design codes. The design has a historical air, matching the history-charged building, and combined with a modern black-and-white look it creates a stylish ambiance. Furthermore the entire store fittings present a natural play of noble materials: elegant real-wood furniture, hand-made lamps, exclusive stucco, vintage commodes and armchairs plus an elaborate tiled floor invite you to enter and stay a while.
THOMAS SABO Flagship Store Vienna
Located in the famous luxury shoping street Neuer Wall the THOMAS SABO flagship store opens up a further shopping experience of the special kind. 80 square metres of sales area are spread over two storeys and they combine Asian antiquities, modern design classics and specially made single items. The antique Chinese wall panels with recessed display cabinets are a superb eye-catcher. A precious, soft carpet and exquisite chairs from Gubi and Philippe Starck invite you to tarry a little. The luxurious ambiance is underscored both by indirect lighting and by two impressive design lamps: the Stilio from Licht im Raum on the ground floor and the Bolle from Galotti & Radice as a spectacular eye-catcher over the staircase.
THOMAS SABO Flagship Store Hamburg
Neuer Wall 8
Modern design coupled with diverse cultural influences are the defining feature of the interior fittings and they thus represent perfectly the THOMAS SABO design code.
One special highlight is the unusual mirror wall, an interplay of numerous small, circular mirrors, which Creative Director Susanne Kölbli has selected personally at an antiques market in Paris. A luxurious silver-leaf tapestry with chakra motifs and an impressive design lamp from Galotti & Radice on the staircase draw you up to the first floor. The gold-shimmering carpet also provides an exciting contrast to the refined, individual patterns of the terrazzo floor laid at street level.
THOMAS SABO Flagship Store Munich