La Samaritaine reopens: “Tresor Patrimonial Français”
Praising it as a “huge treasure of the French heritage”, on Monday 21 June, president Emmanuel Macron inaugurated the new “La Samaritaine”, alongside Mr. Bernard Arnault, LVMH’s CEO, the group that owns the luxury department store in Paris.
The official opening is set today, Wednesday 23 June, coming after 16 years of closure and 750 million € of work. The department store occupies 25,000 sqm, compared to around 30,000 sqm when it closed, and houses around 600 luxury brands combining fashion, lifestyle and gastronomy.
F&M Ingegneria, on behalf of DFS (the operator company on behalf of LVMH), carried out the creation of all the retail interior spaces and the management of the numerous brands’ corners that will be installed inside the department store. An important project and construction management task that involves a large team of technicians of F&M France and that follows the successful collaboration with DFS started with “Fondaco dei Tedeschi” project in Venice.
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