Champagne Museum, Epernay

The project

At the heart of this rehabilitation: Château Perrier, former home of the founder of the Perrier-Jouët house, with its spectacular neo-Louis XIII style facade. The municipality, owner since 1943, opened to the public, in 2021, the Museum of Champagne wine and regional archeology.

Soft and elegant, the lighting design was created by the French agency 8’18”. Indoors, Technilum designed and produced the aluminum base for two spectacular “champagne” chandeliers, expressing the lightness of sparkling wine.

To illuminate the surroundings and the park of the castle, Technilum has also created tailor-made lamp posts whose blown glass heads bring luminous poetry to this bucolic place steeped in history.

June 2021© Photo credit:
MFL Photo, Arnaud Ledu
Contracting authority : Ville d’EpernayArchitect : Frenak + Jullien ArchitectesLighting designer : 8’18’’

Maître verrier : Olivier Juteau
Landscape architect : Atelier Jours