This Henau concept store has moved into an authentic house, loved for its warm, authentic atmosphere. Marc Delagrange took care of the interior design. Leaving aside all rules and trends, Delagrange started out from the sensitivities of the building. His son Sebastien Delagrange designed the custom-made furniture. Each design grew organically, with the occasional allusion to and respect for the history of the property and the site as a whole.
Long before the director’s house grew into this atypical Henau concept store, Marc Delagrange first moved into the former factory on the old site. He set up his design studio and the offices of the Henau brand there - and his art studio was also a permanent feature of the building. When the director’s house became empty at a later stage, it was the ideal opportunity to re-unite both properties the way it used to be. Henau found its new home there.
In 1980, Marc Delagrange opened an optician's shop in the thriving centre of Kortrijk. The multi-brand business of those days has now grown into a Henau pilot boutique, supplemented by a carefully-chosen selection of other brands of glasses. The boutique surprises visitors with its exquisite collection of scarves, bracelets and other accessories that can be worn with glasses.
Much more than a boutique, this unique shop exudes the atmosphere of a cosy gallery. A gallery than functions as an inspiring boutique, as well as an exhibition space and optical museum.