On the occasion of the Paris Fashion Week 2019-2020, the premises of Women Management France have a new look. Known for promoting the well-being of her models before all things, Nathalie Cros-Coitton, the director of the agency, entrusted the renovation of her premises to JCPCDR Architecture, which offers a contemporary workspace meeting the many needs of this giant of the fashion.

Wishing to position Women Management among the best companies in the industry, Nathalie Cros-Coitton relies on the French agency JCPCDR Architecture to offer the 1036 models and 48 employees the premises they deserve. Spread over the top three floors of a Haussmannian building just a stone's throw from the Opéra Garnier (9ème arrondissement), the office of the French branch of Women Management is today adorned with a minimalist and refined interior.

Right from the door, the decor transports us to the very special atmosphere of Women Management. Reinvented in the image of the agency, the spaces reflect the strict ethics and aesthetic requirement of this company that reigns supreme in the world of fashion.
Based on a successful study on the benefits of the void in companies, the architects chose to open and reorganize the office according to a functional plan to make it a place of life both warm and uncluttered. Custom-made furniture pieces with little footprint let natural light spread from floor to ceiling without hindrance. Also adjustable, chairs and storage units can be ordered at the convenience of each. Suspended wardrobes have obtuse angles that facilitate movement and access to windows.

The layout of spaces is intended to combine work comfort and aesthetic lick. While the repetition of the cross motif in each object is the distinctive visual identity of the Women Managment offices, the choice of specific materials - wood, glass and metal - gives the premises a warm and pleasant atmosphere.

Functional offices now adapted to the frenzy of fashion weeks!

To learn more, visit the website of JCPCDR Architecture

Photographs: David Foessel

Léa Pagnier

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