160 years

Maison Boucheron

MONNAIE DE PARIS 
Jardin Laverdy
Research & prototype scenographic

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PROJECT

ENVIRONMENTAL EPHEMAR ARCHITECTURE EXHIBITIONS AND PHYGITAL EXPERIENCES


VENDÔRAMA 




I imagine an exhibition space that reveals 
various steps of creation through a two 
beats itinary, one in a mysterious darkness and the
 other in a dazzling revelation.

 In tribute to the Castiglione, muse and faithful 
ambassador of the Maison Boucheron, 
which used to go out exclusively at night 
 hiding her sublim appearance
 in her apartments 
at the Nocé Hotel the day.






Digital sketch of first intention

















The process scenario 
 would be built at this
 image, like the Russian dolls, a 
scene in a scene, where the 
external structure in glass will 
progressively unveil the 
showcase of
the most impressive pieces of 
jewelry.

A corridor plunged in the 
darkness of a dense vegetation 
symbolizing the inspiration,
 crossing the different moments 
of creation (archives inspiration, 
sketches conception, 
as a secret ballad in
 the backstage of the workshop.
 
 The sublime, dreamlike side is 
accentuated by a partial 
distortion of 
the facades of the courtyard.






Itinary plans




VISIT TOUR





PROLOGUE
  1.   INSPIRATION
   2. CONCEPTION
   3. FABRICATION
4.   REVELATION


EPILOGUE




















Simulations













Intention 



In tribute to the scenery of the famous movie of Lars von Trier, “Dogville”
I imagine another orientation reminding the vocabulary of theater and staging.


The diverse stages of the path will be in free access,
open to each other defined and limited by simple soil treatment 
to discover the Experience 160 in its entirety.















     

















Contact

Pauline Bernard
07 72 17 85 62

 12 rue Florian
93500 Pantin
pauline@melrozs.
com


 Clients

Labo54
Atelier Devineau

Eyesight
Jeu de Paume
Laurence Fontaine
La Toolbox
Arter

Elysée Montmartre
Studio Combo
Centre Baroque de Versailles
Antoine Fontaine

Château Euphorie
404 Place Vendôme
Agnès B
Jonas Bowman



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