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The Pavillons Monte-Carlo by Affine Design

Architecture, Design | January 23, 2015 |

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The Pavillons Monte-Carlo by Affine Design

The Pavillons Monte-Carlo, opened this autumn. These five pebble-shaped pavilions, designed by architect Richard Martinet, form a unique shopping centre offering customers head-to-toe fashion and accessories. A river-like path meanders through their rounded, futuristic forms, leading customers past a series of luxury shops towards the iconic Place du Casino. Luxury brands that have made excellence their ethos.

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At the cutting edge of the latest fashion and trends, these temporary structures will house the luxury brands formerly located in the heart of Monaco on Avenue des Beaux-Arts, in Le Sporting d’Hiver and elsewhere while the major redevelopment work takes place. Newcomers to the pavilions include Bottega Veneta, the famous French fashion house Balenciaga and British label Alexander McQueen.

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From October, 4th 2014, you can also find all the brands that have made excellence their ethos: Yves Saint Laurent, Sonia Rykiel, Miu Miu, Akris and many more. Meanwhile, the Piaget shop ushers you into a world of fine watches and jewellery. This exceptional collection of boutiques nestling in the Jardins des Boulingrins offers customers a magical shopping experience with the accent on glamour.

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