The Head Office of Intercoiffure Mondial called “House of Nations” used to be located in the heart of Paris fashion district and is open to all the Intercoiffure members from around the world. Intercoiffure Mondial has moved to its new “House of Nations” located 249 rue Saint-Martin 75003 Paris!
In April the international association of elite hairdressers, Intercoiffure Mondial, celebrated the inauguration of its new House of Nations with great pomp. Located in the heart of Paris, this house matches its ambitions and can accommodate a large number of worldwide members. The key idea of the organization of hairdressers is to fill with life the new House of Nations and Studio Guillaume, to make of these premises a place of creation and inspiration. The House of Nations has indeed been designed to welcome teams of hairdressers warmly invited to photograph their collections, perform trainings, workshops and seminars as well as photo shoots.
On that evening, the association honored M. Otto Sommer who masterfully completed the acquisition of the House of Nations. The leaders of the organization were also much grateful to Ms. Tanaka and Ms. Tsubouchi and to all the donors for their strong support. Last but not least they warmly thanked the major partners of Intercoiffure Mondial, L’Oréal and Wella Professionals, for their tremendous support since the beginning of the project. Generally speaking, a toast was raised to everyone who supported the project and participated in its acquisition, renovation or decoration.
Klaus Peter Ochs, the president of Intercoiffure Mondial, widely recalled that the house is open to all members and that the new facilities are available to them. This home invites to give free rein to creativity, inspiration and friendship, which are key values of the organization. This house is also a great place for history, a beautiful museum where many works of art mainly bequeathed by Guillaume, Cocteau, Lloyd, Gruau and Fini perfectly find their place. The House of Nations, dressed in its finery, is also a beautiful space out of time where it feels good to pause and admire exquisite paintings, drawings and sculptures.