Rue Goujon, 17 is the place where Pret à Porter garments are produced every day by the meticulous so-called Petit Mains, the dressmakers of Dior. The place got entirely renovated in 2015 by Barbarito and Bancel Parisian studio, and the intervention consisted in re-organising the spaces and also the light, in order to meet the particular needs of the sewing craftsmanship.
The artificial light had to ensure high quality colour rendition, when in absence of daylight, and necessary illuminance levels for comfort when performing such demanding visual tasks as hand-sewing, confronting materials colours or inserting the famously praised details in the garments and accessories of the French Maison.
A blend and balance of daylight and artificial light together with architectural details resulted in a high standards workspace, with all auxillary spaces properly illuminated, together with a Representation Dior landmark spaces, for client meetings or presentations of the collections.
From the welcoming sinuous staircase illuminated subtly passing to the tables showered with daylight-artificial light, the main goal is always underlining the elegance of the brand with high quality lighting, more integrated as possible.