The Louis Vuitton store project consists of the restoration and transformation of the ground floor, attic and first floor of the Casa Julià building by the architect Rafael Guastavino (1871-74). The main plants for commercial use are the low and first. The mezzanine floor is intended for staff and warehouse area.
The store follows the new concept of the brand devised Louis Vuitton design team. The store has a luxury character both for the materials used and for the generosity of the spaces.
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