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Louis Vuitton Champs-Elysées Store in Paris

The dome of the Maison's Art Deco façade rises high above avenue Champs-Élysées. Listed as a Historical Monument, dating from 1914, the building has only improved with age.

The neighborhood

Seductive, romantic and historic, Paris is an extraordinary fusion of old world energy and everything new.

One of the most celebrated promenades in the world, the Champs-Élysées is as vibrant as it is fashionable. In 1998, Louis Vuitton had a glorious return to the famed avenue, opening a beautiful Maison, which, at the time, was the largest in the world.

The facade

The dome of the Maison's Art Deco façade rises high above avenue Champs-Élysées. Listed as a Historical Monument, dating from 1914, the building has only improved with age.

The interior

In a sublimation of the very notion of floors, a generous ascending spiral physically sweeps strollers up from the famous avenue to continue their journey in the universe of the brand.

A 20-meter-high atrium from which some 1,900 stems of polished steel descend and diffract light recalls the sparkling domes of the famous Lalique fountains that decorate the avenue outside.

Brass-plated rings interweave to generate screen walls which recreate the emblematic elements of the monogram.

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