In a constant quest for the exceptional, as if to live up to its illustrious past, Hermès has crossed to Paris’ left bank and for its boutique has chosen what used to be the Lutétia Hotel’s swimming pool, built in 1935 by Lucien Béguet. With a sales area of 1 470sqm, Rena Dumas Interior Architecture was responsible for the conversion. Little h and its “recycled” products from leather, silk or silk Hermès carrés left overs plays the ‘upcylcing’ card.
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