Chanel

19 Rue Cambon, Paris, France

Chanel's new Paris flagship is dressed in natural stone.

Chanel has just inaugurated its historic and heritage building at 19 rue Cambon in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. A superb setting after restructuring and rehabilitation that lasted 3 years, entrusted to two renowned architects, Jean-Paul Viguier et Associés and Peter Marino Architect for the interiors. The facade will have been the high point of this project, in close collaboration with the service of architecture and heritage of Paris and Jean-Paul Viguier.

Two stones from the Parisian basin of Rocamat have become obvious pierre SAINT-MAXIMIN LIAIS in the basement, and the SAINT-LEU stone for elevations. ROCAMAT limestone is at the service of architects to design buildings that embody high standards, heritage and know-how.

“At 19 rue Cambon, Jean-Paul Viguier et Associés signs a majestic head of prow worthy of the prestige of one of the oldest French Haute Couture Houses. "

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© Architect Jean-Paul Viguier and Associates - Takuji Shimmura

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