The world of Baccarat, in the heart of Paris, a promise of a unique experience.
In 2003, the Baccarat House moved into the former private residence of Marie-Laure de Noailles. From the boutique on the ground floor displaying all the creations and the Cristal Room restaurant to the museum housing the heritage collection, Baccarat's Parisian showcase celebrates an art de vivre admired throughout the world.
In October 2008, Baccarat opened a House in Moscow in a former 18th century pharmacy, a stone's throw from Red Square. Philippe Starck designed it as a palace where surrealism and poetry combine to offer the magic of French art de vivre. Baccarat's signature collections illuminate the ground floor while a phantasmagorical chandelier, designed for the space, radiates from the center of the Cristal Room restaurant on the second floor.