Working with French architecture firm Les Bâtisseurs, the B-Corp-certified second-hand resale platform has transformed a historic Parisian building in the city center creating an innovative, and ecologically designed space.
Covering 4,500 square meters, the new headquarters was designed with an environmentally friendly approach and includes a new, networked flexible office concept. The carefully selected furnishings, with a mix of designer objects and second-hand furniture made from durable materials, create a unique visual environment.
Vestiaire Collective has introduced a 50:50 split between office and remote workspaces for its 500 Paris employees as part of a flex office concept designed to encourage cross-functional working and interaction. Along with that, more than 50% of the headquarters' total space is dedicated to social and collaborative areas.
Through a partnership with second-hand platform Selency, the headquarters is stocked with a selection of iconic objects from designers such as Michel Ducaroy, Pierre Paulin, Charlotte Perriand and Patrick Seguin.
Vestiaire Collective's Sustainability and Inclusion team worked hand-in-hand with the architecture firm to ensure that every design decision aligned with conscious thinking.