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John Hardy’s Global Expansion in Seminyak

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John Hardy continues to evolve its global expansion with the opening of its one-of-a-kind concept boutique and kitchen in Seminyak (Jl. Raya Petitenget, Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta Utara, Bali). A renowned resort destination located on the southern end of Bali, Seminyak draws travelers from all over the globe, providing the luxury jeweler with access to a new international audience just 30 kilometers from its home in Mambal, the John Hardy Workshop & Kapal Bamboo Boutique, where the brand’s jewelry is handmade by its artisan collective.

A modern complement to the workshop, the Seminyak boutique is an immersive community oasis, tucked away from the city’s bustling streets. It welcomes guests with a dynamic entryway, where cascading water symbolizing purification offers a cool, quiet respite and introduces guests to the sense of Balinese spirituality and community that infuses the space. Specifically, a traditional sanggah temple provides a place of offering and ceremony, and a bale kulkul, a traditional sounding bell, is used to gather visitors and drive action. Handmade Balinese brick and bamboo shingles, crafted in local villages using traditional techniques, underscore the John Hardy ethos and the brand’s deep reverence for the island’s natural elements and architectural nuances.

“John Hardy is a brand full of history, steeped in artistry,” explains John Hardy CEO Kareem Gahed. “The Seminyak concept boutique allows us to tell that story in an innovative, immersive way; its oasis-like nature invites both tourists and locals to experience the palpable heart and soul of the brand: Bali.”

As they step into the 4,800 sq2 boutique’s sprawling entry brought to life in collaboration with Wield Creative and Studio Jenquel, visitors are greeted with cool towels scented with Sari, a bespoke floral fragrance inspired by Balinese offerings, and a refreshing welcome drink that recalls the cleansing purified water used in the island’s blessing ceremonies. The building’s airy design, arranged as a communal gathering space, further activates all five senses and invites guests to interact with a curated selection of handcrafted John Hardy jewelry, brand artifacts, and purchasable local artisan goods — ranging from textiles to ceramics to incense — that further bring Balinese culture to life.

(PRNewsfoto/John Hardy)

“Since day one, our main values at John Hardy have centered around artisanship, sustainability, and community,” affirms Gahed. “That community most importantly includes our clients. We constantly strive to engage them in every way — especially by creating rich, meaningful physical spaces to explore. The Seminyak concept boutique is truly a special expression of the brand. Each interactive element, from immersive event experiences to bespoke traditions of hospitality, further deepens and builds our story.”

The Boutique and Jamu Bar are open from 10 am – 10 pm.
All Day Dining is available from 11 am – 9 pm.


John Hardy Boutique & Gallery Seminyak
Address: Jl. Raya Petitenget, Kerobokan Kelod, Kuta Utara, Bali

Phone: +62 361 9344 244.

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