Founded in 1997, the Maison de Haute Pâtisserie imagined by Pierre Hermé inaugurated its first boutique in Tokyo in 1998, followed in 2001 by the emblematic Parisian patisserie at 72 rue Bonaparte, in the heart of the Saint-Germain district. The totally unprecedented initiative initially appeared "insane", in Pierre Hermé's own words. "My desire was not to open a pastry shop, but to create a luxury brand. The term "Haute-Pâtisserie" was born.
From the rigorous selection of raw ingredients to the display of products in carefully designated boutiques, from the gift boxes to the impeccable quality of service, Pierre Hermé's creations bear the seal of attention to detail at every stage of their development.
Since 2010, the company has been expanding internationally with several points of sale in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Maison Pierre Hermé Paris has become a partner of the Raffles, Ritz-Carlton, Park Hyatt and La Mamounia groups. It is a partner in the 86Champs concept store in collaboration with L'Occitane, located on the Champs Elysées in Paris.
As part of its ongoing efforts to promote French savoir-faire, Pierre Hermé Paris is a member of several associations, including the Comité Colbert and the prestigious international network of professionals, Relais Desserts. Pierre Hermé Paris has also been awarded the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Company) label, which recognizes French companies with excellent craft and industrial savoir-faire.
This is what distinguishes the brand in an essential way from the conception to the final presentation of the product.
The choice and the freshness of the ingredients, the rigor and the training in the methods of creation, the care brought to the service and to the relation with the customers.
The attention paid to the results of each action in order to improve its efficiency and relevance every day
ATTENTION TO DETAIL
In every action as well as in the communication of all information both to customers and in-house.
La Maison Pierre Hermé Paris
Pierre Hermé Paris, a creative company with innovative savoir-faire, has been a member of the Colbert Committee since 2009 and is labeled "Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant." With pleasure as its only guide, it reinvents the craft of pastry to offer a unique experience of emotions and sensations. Quality, creativity and attention to detail are the values shared by all our employees. Discover the world of Pierre Hermé Paris.Back to the Summary