The soul of a place, a city, a sea that crosses all borders. The soul of objects, of the hands that shape them, of the bodies and clothing that give them form. Sessùn Alma, the soul of Sessùn transposed into a selection of artisans, artists, limited editions and sunny cuisine.
It all started with an aim to push back borders, open up fields of possibilities and spark encounters. Backed by the desire to create a generous, warm and multi faceted space.
A place that would be the theatre of encounters, heartbeats, statements; a place of art and culture, creative flourishing, an ode to craftsmanship and know-how. But also a living space where people can grab a bite to eat, meet up and take the time to read or talk while enjoying a coffee.
A temple with deep roots that would interweave all of the identity-defining elements of an attentive, passionate and sincere brand for whom beauty only has meaning when it is shared.
The final choice was a former soap-making factory on rue Sainte, just steps away from the Old Port of Marseille. Over 170 square metres transformed by the brilliant Marseille architect duo Marion Bernard.