As part of the Milan Furniture Fair (or the Salone del Mobile Milan, to give it its proper name), Cartier is hosting an extravagant pop-up space called "Precious Garage."

At its centerpiece is a suspended gold Corvette with neon LED lighting, accented with a gold "spill" oozing onto the floor alongside gold-encased nuts, bolts and rims.

Also on display are two of Cartier's heritage-inspired pieces; the Juste un Clou torque necklace based on the original Nail Bracelet designed by Aldo Cipullo in the seventies, and a spin-off bracelet from Cartier's Écrou de Cartier line.

The industrial-meets-opulent space is designed by New York-based visual artist Desi Santiago. The pop-up is at Garage Sanremo on Milan’s Via delle Fosse Ardeatine and runs until April 9.

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