Grand Louvre

On the right bank, between the Seine and the Rue de Rivoli, the Grand Louvre asks for Tecno's help to create an elegant and comfortable environment.

Under the iconic "Pyramide", the WS group seats welcome visitors at the entrance, while the interior of the rooms is made with some items designed for the occasion by Jean-Michel Wilmotte. The Pour le Louvre furnishing system designed for the restaurant area and the Todo Modo upholstered system, designed with a reversible backrest whose purpose is to allow visitors to view the works of art from all sides.

Museums are probably the most fascinating places for design to experiment with, because they enliven the civic vocation of the community. Keepers of history and culture, museums open the doors to the treasures of our community, and the silent and present furnishings play a fundamental role in the articulation of the exhibition space. 


Grand Louvre