6/19/2018

Wedding Traditions, Bling, and a Luxury Showroom

ASI | Architectural Systems’ Project Spotlight this month is the Fabrikant jewelry showroom, a 5th generation wholesaler of fine gems, located in the Manhattan Diamond District.
JSE Interior Design, known for their clean, dynamic and sophisticated spaces, was tapped to elevate the interiors while redesigning an unparalleled purchasing experience for their discerning clientele. And, since June is traditionally a popular month for weddings, we wanted to highlight where diamonds and precious stones are showcased!


Established by his Holiness Pope John Paul II in 1995, this church services the needs of the Catholic Community of Southern Nevada. LGA had master-planned the entire site for future development and the first phase involved the renovation of the Catholic Center which is the office building for the Diocese of Las Vegas and the Parish of the Guardian Angel Cathedral.

"We wanted to create an impactful focal wall that clients would see upon entry. The charred wood-nugget feature wall in the entry brings to mind the coal that many of Fabrikant’s gems originate from. The Fusión Wood Panels from ASI | Archsystems delivered the exact look we wanted for the feature wall and with the panels ready-made, installation was straightforward and simple." - Jared Epps, CEO/Owner, JSE Interior Design


The history of June weddings goes all the way back to the Roman times. The month of June derives its name from Juno, the Roman goddess of marriage and couples who married in June would be blessed with prosperity and happiness. As we all saw with the recent Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, gems and jewelry are an integral part of the wedding tradition.


In 1477 Archduke Maximilian of Austria presented a diamond to Mary of Burgundy and from there the tradition of the diamond engagement ring took hold. These circles of ultimately metal which have no beginning or end represent eternity, renewal and perfection

Celebrating a June wedding? Attending one? Or just still reading about the Royal Wedding?

ASI wishes congratulations to all!

Posted at 6/19/2018 1:15 PM

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