The HMY POP Prestige Division has produced and installed all the furniture for the L’ Oréal shop in La Maquinista shopping center and has copied many decorative elements that give the special character to this commercial space, to install them in two shops in Madrid with the aim of keeping the same aesthetic line for all L´Oréal branches.
A line 100% focused on women and make-up with specific gondolas for mascaras, eye-shadows, face, lips and nail care and completed with a Dermo-Skin care space. The shop concept reflects an art workshop in Paris, a contrast of space where art and innovation live together. A place where women feel cared for, where they are guided to make the best of themselves with make-up lessons, beauty expert master classes…
L´Oréal trusts HMY for its furniture development and has given a significant value to the POP Prestige Division for its specialisation and high level of quality finishes. They have thoroughly chosen all materials and they have tried to get exclusive pieces to reflect a new shop concept. We can find table feet in corten steel, screens covered in a riveting steel that is reminiscent of the Eiffel Tower, but also the idea of an art workshop with golden meshes on which printed canvas are placed.
Another example of the care and attention HMY gives to detail, during the creation process to achieve and surpass the customer’s expectations.
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