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Joya Blends Fragrance Production and Retail in Single Space

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The site's gallery-style shop highlights the brand's craftsmanship and was designed by architecture firm Taylor and Miller under the direction of founder Frederick Bouchardy (pictured).

Joya, a New York-based fragrance house, has opened its flagship location in Brooklyn's Clinton Hill neighborhood, creating a unique industrial perfumery site in the city.

The space houses small batch perfume blending, candles, soap and ceramics production, and diffuser blending.

The retail space displays Joya’s core collections and products from 10 Corso Como, Claude Galien, Calepino, Pendleton Woolen Mills, Fog Linen Work, Steidl, Abrams Books, Morris Kitchen, Malin + Goetz, Apothecanna, Le Baigneur, Inventory, Tunica, Sarah Cihat, Geoffrey Young and Mungo Murphy Seaweed.

The site's gallery-style shop highlights the brand's craftsmanship and was designed by architecture firm Taylor and Miller under the direction of founder Frederick Bouchardy.

The retail gallery comprises large floating steel and wood veneer surfaces suspended by steel rods from the factory ceiling. Their associated display niches are wrapped in an oak wood veneer.

 

The factory side of the surfaces, on the other hand, are left entirely bare, as are all of the structural angles, associated tack welds and electrical conduit. The entire display is fabricated in the United States.