Another of the essential visit of this year was the pavilion of the French label Hermès. In this dreamy installation, they presented their new luxurious house collection which was held at La Pelota in the upscale Brera district.
This bright pavilion was designed by brand’s art director Charlotte Macaux-Perelmann in collaboration with Alexis Fabry. Once inside, we discovered an amazing Mediterranean house with lime whitewashed walls and floors in bricks, handmade in Umbria.
The minimal structure inspired by stables, the place where the Hermès adventure as a producer of horse harnesses began in 1837, contained the new furnishings, accessories, fabrics and wallpapers by the French house. The ceiling featured generous-sized, bright wooden beams that aimed to create a game of light and shadows that stood out against rigorous interiors.
PHOTOGRAPHS FROM GABRIELE ZANON FOR DOMUS