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Fine crafts abound at this Parisian concept store

Jewellery, ornaments, artwork, a library and a café – you’ll find all inside this Parisian department store with a twist. The four-storey Empreintes (Fingerprints) sells more than 1,000 bespoke fine crafts made by a series of signatories to the Ateliers D’Art De France association, which aims to unite the country’s art-minded tradespeople. New creations are added to the store every four months. Those interested in getting involved or just chatting about the curiosities may want to meet in its communal spaces. Housed in the setting of an industrial site at the heart of avant-garde Paris, Empreintes is complete with large warehouse windows propitious to those desiring well-lit spaces.


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Credit: Claude Weber

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