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    For the third time in a row, Soline d'Aboville designs for the Chaudun House its summer windows 2016.

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    The theme addressed is the sea and declines the chocolate mouldings in various forms : floats, rubber rings, fishnets are displayed around as to decorate a sea of chocolate !

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    Soline d'Aboville designed the shape of "Chocolate Rabbits", the newest Easter collection by the Chaudun House. Those rabbits are all about sweet curves, mat or sprinkled ! Photography : © Alban Couturier

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    For the arrival of Spring, the windows of the Chaudun House freshen up : a poetic nature invades the windows and becomes a beautiful setting for the Easter creations of the House.

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    At odds with the usual habits in gastronomy circles, this generous decor, fun and colourful, serves the repositioning of the Chaudun House towards a more contemporary vision of the love of good food... and especially chocolate !.

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    Chaudun House windows : 149 University Street, Paris, 75007.

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    Chaudun House windows : 149 University Street, Paris, 75007.

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    Chaudun House windows : 149 University Street, Paris, 75007.

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    To celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2016, the Master Chocolatier Michel Chaudun decided on a makeover.

    The new windows designed by Soline d'Aboville are a tribute to the chef and conveys its savoir-faire

    and the lightness of a throwback to childhood.

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    The collections are showcased in fun and colorful sets that bring to life the space.

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    Famous cobblestones on University street are compared with a giant Scrabble, Paris becomes the decor of a miniature car game and chocolate figures take off in a big wheel worthy of the one Place de la Concorde.

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    Beyong the windows, Soline d’Aboville, in collaboration with Guillaume Leclercq, designed the visual identity, on the occasion of the opening of Jaques Genin's parisian flagship. The logo, refined, suggests the cobble-shapped chocolates.

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    The metal box becomes a stylish chest designed to keep Jacques Génin's creations under the best possible conditions .

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    The ingredients in the boutique windows are elegantly but soberly displayed, reminding us of Jacques Génin's whole personnality, true lover of quality and fresh products for the best chocoalte.