Creation and installation of the stand at the Baselworld fair. The stand was located in the main pavilion of the Basel Exhibition Centre, and spreads over 3 600 sq.m. floors for a total of 1800 sq.m. The entire stand's supporting structure was made of iron; the exterior facades were finished in corian with large glass windows with showcases.The ground floor had the common reception and representation areas, including an entrance area, a large double-height room adorned with a hanging floral chandelier and a wooden floor featuring a compass rose and the Chopard logo inlaid in steel within it, an accessories boutique, a lounge area with bars and sofas, a reception room for the press and a kitchen. The first floor had two boutiques, one for haute jewellery, a meeting room, a room for staff and some sales offices. The second floor was entirely dedicated to sales offices. Joining the three floors were 3 stairwells, including an open one with a spiral staircase, steel and glass handrail and oak finishing. All the interior finishes consisted of wooden panelling and fabric, velvet and leather coverings. All the furnishings and interior showcases were made of wood and cared for down to the smallest details, as all the openings were electronically controlled. The flooring on the ground floor was mostly in wood, everything else had custom carpeted floors.