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Moët Hennessy, New Workspaces in Paris | Barbarito Bancel Architectes

Paris, France

Moët Hennessy, New Workspaces in Paris | Barbarito Bancel Architectes

Photo credit: Alessandra Chemollo

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PROJECT DETAILS:

Location: France
Project type: Offices and reception spaces
Client: Moët Hennessy
Mission: Design architect

Project team
Project architect:Barbarito Bancel Architectes
Executive architect: LBM
Project management consultant:Shift-in
Structural eng.: Somete
Electrical eng.: Kee
Building control officer: BTP consultants
HVAC eng.: Cap Ingelec
Lighting consultant: Ponctuelle
Acoustics eng.: Altia
Environmental consultant: Themaverde
Kitchen consultant: Interface
Bar & beverages consultant:Barspoon
Technical coordination consultant:Totem
Landscape: Les Jardins de Gally

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Enthusiasm, curiosity, and pleasure: these three keywords guided the approach of the architects of the Barbarito Bancel practice in designing the Moët Hennessy group’s new workspaces. The group, representing excellence in wines and spirits, has established its French headquarters above the Grande Épicerie de Paris, on the upper floors of Bon Marché, with a floor space of over 10,000 m² in the gastronomic heart of Paris.

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The stakes were very high in both image and use. The project had to reflect Möet Hennessy’s values, enhance the site’s Art Deco heritage, design a sustainable project, embody the group’s development strategy in the project, and initiate a cultural transformation of the company by presenting contemporary workspaces, amid a profound questioning of working methods and the spread of distance working. The aim was to create a unique, outstanding project that would benefit Moët Hennessy’s staff. Driven by the vision of Philippe Schaus, the company’s President, the method of the architects Barbarito Bancel was based on listening, with the aim of designing tailor-made spaces and bringing out the potential of the place and its hidden virtues. Common sense, high standards, and the quality of the result are the foundations of sustainable architecture.