It takes its as its theme the 1920’s and the Pierre Chareau’s Maison de Verre. The 44sqm boutique uses metal shelving from floor to ceiling, a central counter and a trestle table, a long metal sink lacquered pink and some lovely pieces of vintage furniture including an armchair by Pierre Paulin and Gae Aulenti’s Quadrifoglio lamp.
For his boutique in the 16th district, Frédéric Malle chose the architect Patrick Naggar who opted for a style that is functional in the spirit of Mies Van der Rohe. The ceiling height is appropriate to the surrounds, the walls are in brushed oak, an enclosed beam in polished aluminium is posed in the centre while the ‘smelling machine’ along the wall allows you to test up to 18 pre-selected perfumes.
At the heart of the 6th district, Olivia Giacobetti proposes an olfactive journey. Oiled wooden ground, game of contrasts, white walls black walls, the designer Fabienne ConteSévigné and the photographer Francis Giacobetti imagined an purified interior design, in the Swedish; some lamps enlighten this intimate space