Grenoble (France)

In 2008, publishing house Glénat moved its main offices to Sainte Cécile convent, which was built in 1624.

Sainte Cécile is a symbol of the heritage of this French city. The architects commissioned to carry out the restoration, Jacques Scrittori and Patrick Charra, therefore retained its original architecture.

The Nimba hanging lamp was selected for the interior, which shines light on the centre of nowhere and at the same time radiates light in all directions. It is an effect that invites meditation and is very well suited to this project.

 

Jacques Scrittori, Patrick Charra

Photography
Bernard Ciancia

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