La Trésorerie, which changed of use, thanks to Elsa Coustals, Lino Landau and Denis Geffrault, became a modern day bazaar that is packed with useful gadgets: forks, bistro cups, Iittala and Duralex glasses, linen dishcloths, Basque table settings, brushes of all sizes, black soap and beeswax, cast-iron and enameled cooking pots and even paint.
Serge Ferrari is a family business with sales in 80 countries and it has chosen the Bastille district for its Showroom En in order to be close to its clients who are mainly architects. In a 144 sqm space designed by the architects Frédérick du Chayla (Studio Totem) and Xavier Bélorgey the full range of materials and how they can be used is presented so that those who will be prescribing them can rst see them.
Mur.Mur. has renovated this space as it would have been in the 14th century by incorpora- ting a series of elements in their basic state: geo- metric wooden structures and a bar made from Burgundy stone. The parquet is original, the walls in Paris stone and redbrick brought back to their original state.
Dior Institut Spa at the Plaza Athénée, Shangri La Spa, The wine cellar at the Grande Épicerie du Bon Marché, boutiques for Anne Fontaine, hotels for Mama Shelter, the Méridien Étoile, the Martinez... Specialised in upscale hotels for over 25 years, Vicalvi has worked on some of the most prestigious projects in recent years and its Showroom En offers its engineering and sourcing services so as better to manage costs along with technical advice.