Headquarter of L’Oréal Group

Headquarter of L’Oréal Group

Metamorphosis of the L’Oréal Group’s historic headquarters

L’Oréal’s historic headquarters, now known as “Le Visionnaire – Espace François Dalle”, on the corner of 14 rue Royale, was inaugurated on 28 September.

After two and a half years of work, this new space, with a surface area of 4,233 m2 spread over 7 levels (5 floors, ground floor and a renovated basement), has been completely renovated and redesigned to welcome employees, partners and guests of the L’Oréal Group. The space is a veritable incubator of creativity, highly digitised, hybrid and agile, offering cutting-edge expertise and a unique experience. Over the 7 levels, 21 spaces, all different, Le Visionnaire offers digital experiences designed to foster the creative process.

The complex consists of two 18th-century buildings designed by architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel, whose facades and roofs are listed as historic monuments. The project, designed by the Moatti-Rivière architectural practice with the participation of Goutal Architecture et Patrimoine for the historic monument section, is characterised by a high-end, highly varied and innovative decoration, adapted to each room in the building.

The project is a symbiosis of heritage and ultra-modernity, reflecting the new vocation of the site.

A 25-metre-high glass roof is the result of extremely technical work, adding a contemporary touch.The glass roof is made up of 288 steel nodes holding together 188 glass panels.

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