A revamped Hôtel du Marc. owned by the popular champagne company situated in Reims, France, re-opens.

Fresh from a face-lift four years in the making, Hôtel du Marc (the pride of Veuve Clicquot) has recently re-opened, allowing viewers a rare peak into this neoclassic 19th century architectural gem. Entirely restored, even from the damage it sustained during a WWI bombardment, the reopening of du Marc has been an ongoing pet-project of a variety of skilled professionals specializing in everything from art to historical preservation. Some of the additional aestheitc offerings from the illustrious designers attached to the project including the “Gloriette” by the Campana Brothers, a room entitled “Once upon a dream” by Mathieu Lehanneur, a “Portrait” by Fredrikson Stallard, the “Cadre de vie” bench by Pablo Reinoso, as well as the entrance hall, banister and mirror pleated skirt all designed by Bruno Moinard.

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