L’Eclaireur Paris store by Studio Arne Quinze

7 Oct

Belgian artist Arne Quinze has completed the interior of a store for L’Eclaireur in Paris.
The interior is clad in two tons of wooden planks and uses recycled elements including printer plates.
Animations are screened on 147 video screens embedded in the walls.

In 1980, Armand Hadida opens his first point of sale in the basement of a gallery on the Champs Elysées. For him a way to affirm his chosen path by proposing clothes of designers embodying the brightness in fashion for the upcoming decennia. He becomes the first distributor of brands like Girbaud, Prada, Helmut Lang, John Galliano, Ann Demeulemeester, Dries Van Noten, Martin Margiela in France. Since then, l’Eclaireur has opened four other shops established as true venues, meeting points for all the aficionados being terrified of only one word.
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