New Birkenstock showroom at the heart of Paris


Birkenstock is opening a new Paris showroom devoted to the 1774 line, to be launched soon, and to the brand’s special projects.

The showroom is designed as a shop window, and conceived to celebrate the quality and innovative spirit of the firm, inventor of the footbed. Nick Vinson from Vinson & Co took care of designing the interiors, after touring Europe in search for  furnishings, ornaments, and both vintage and new furniture in a palette of warm wood and aged leather tones.

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Named “Birkenstock 1774” as a tribute to the year the German footwear brand was founded, the new space is located in a characteristic Haussmann apartment at  390 Rue Saint-Honoré, for an overall surface of 170 square meters.

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Inside, it houses several objects that marked the history of design, all manufactured in Europe. Oak tables by Philipp Mainzer, Cab chairs designed by Mario Bellini and 50s-inspired Medea chairs in plywood by Vittorio Nobili, Tri-Angle tools by Aldo Bakker, and Cleft Oak benches by Simon Hasan. Shoes are displayed on a Lungangolo bookcase by Achille Castiglioni.

Today, Birkenstock counts over 3,500 employees all over the world, and in 2016, its turnover exceeded half a billion Euros.

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