The store will house three treatment rooms, consultation areas and a large, free-flowing shop floor.
Jurlique also recently opened a new concept store at Westfield Bondi Junction in Sydney.
The skincare brand now has over 16 concept stores around Australia; while the company operates a biodynamic farm in the Adelaide Hills and has a new processing centre opening mid-next year at Mount Barker.
The retailer has strong roots in South Australia, founded in the Adelaide Hills by Dr Jurgen Klein and Ulrike Klein in 1985, the company now has a presence across 20 countries.
“Our vision was to formulate and manufacture the purest skincare products available based on the healing properties of nature and to inspire people to health and wellbeing…Jurlique was driven by this vision,” said Ulrike Klein.
Designed by architect Kelvin Ho from Akin Creative, the flagship store draws on the company’s South Australian heritage with sustainably sourced and manufactured materials used in its construction.
“Jurlique’s authenic brand values have inspired the choice of materials, not only in the colour palette and textures, but also in the selection of natural, sustainable and honest materials,” said Ho.
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