LVMH

Restoring our heritage

As an organization with a heritage that is self-perpetuating, LVMH has committed itself to regenerating the memorial sites and major monuments of our history and culture.

2003/2005
Correr Museum, Venice

Restoration of the Throne Room
Correr Museum website

Palais Royal, Paris

Restoration of the "Petits Appartements"
Palais Royal website

Since
1995
Villa Dior, Granville (Manche)

Renovation and refurbishment of "Les Rhumbs", Christian Dior's birthplace, and support of temporary exhibitions, held from spring to autumn, related to Dior's life and work
Dior website

1992/1993
Château de Versailles

Restoration and furnishing of the Afrique, Crimée and Italie rooms (seven rooms, 1,800 m² of the Castle's North Wing). An initiative taken on the event of the celebration of Moët & Chandon's 250th anniversary.
Château de Versailles website
Moët & Chandon website

1992
Palais Royal, Paris

Renovation of the Palais Royal Gardens by the landscape architect Mark Rudkin
Palais Royal website

1990/1991
Paris Opera House

Restoration of the Library-Museum of the Paris Opera House (Palais Garnier). Equipment and furniture created by Richard Peduzzi
Paris Opera House website

1983/1990
Pavlovsk Castle, Russia

Restoration of the "Roses Pavilion" by Veuve Clicquot champagnes
Veuve Clicquot website

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