Perrier-Jouët has launched a nature-inspired relaxation space where guests can rest weary feet and recharge with a glass of champagne. Spanning the length of London Fashion Week and the London Design festival, L'Eden features an interactive installation from leading Parisian designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, which includes a vertical system of 3D-printed elements suspended from the ceiling on a network of brass tubes, which grow from the ceiling like branches from a pergola. Guests can also extract flutes of the brand's champagne from the 'tree' which grasps glasses in its extended branches. Downstairs, visitors can then immerse themselves in the world's first bio-responsive garden, as imagined by Bompas & Parr, in collaboration with TenHertz and Petra Storrs. Plants in the garden mimic the movements of visitors, and conceal a hidden Eden cellar inspired by the brand's exclusive Eden wine cellar found in Epernay, France.
On top of this, on Friday 23rd through to Sunday the 25th of September, the garden will also be hosting a series of Design Talks presented by the London Design Festival, along with tours of the bio-responsive garden. Log on to the Perrier-Jouët website to book your ticket now.
The L'Eden garden will be popping up until 25th September at 147 Wardour Street