Follow us twitter facebook
Edition: Brazil
Click here to subscribe toour free weekly newsletter click here
Industry buzz

L’Oréal to build new headquarters in Rio de Janeiro

The new headquarters of L’Oréal Brazil will be located in the heart of downtown Rio de Janeiro, in the Port District. Completion of the building is scheduled for the end of 2016.

The new headquarters project is a milestone. This building will bring modernity, efficiency and provide the best working conditions to our staff in an exceptional and inspiring environment. This announcement complements the various investments we are making in Brazil, such as the new Research & Innovation Centre in Rio de Janeiro, on the island of Bom Jesus, or the new Distribution Centre in Duque de Caxias," explains Didier Tisserand, President of L’Oréal Brazil.



The new headquarters will feature more than 20,000 sqm of built area, 22 floors and total capacity for 1,500 people. The building is being designed to meet the best practices in sustainability, comfort and health and aims for LEED Gold [1], AQUA [2] and Qualiverde [3] certifications.

Footnotes

[1Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

[2High Environmental Quality (AQUA)

[3The Qualiverde seal was created by the City Planning Department of Rio de Janeiro to promote buildings with sustainable features related to energy efficiency, water management and thermal performance.

© 2014 - Brazil Beauty News - www.brazilbeautynews.com

latest news
Focus
Thermolat: Symrise's new warming ingredient

Thermolat: Symrise’s new warming ingredient

Symrise’s new sensory ingredient creates a feeling like gentle warm sunshine on the skin. Thermolat was developed for use in creams, gels and balms to provide pleasant, relaxing and long-lasting effects without feelings of stinging or burning. According to the cosmetic ingredients supplier, 71% of consumers would like to feel an (...)

read more
Experts’ views
Genderless innovation based on neuroscience

John Jiménez
Genderless innovation based on neuroscience

The history of dance is rich in innovations, from the first creations of ballet master Jean-Georges Noverre, to the modern dance of Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham, Rudolph Nureyev or Pina Bausch until the modern interpretations of Britain’s Got Talent finalist Yanis Marshall. The famous peer-reviewed academic journal Science launched (...)

read more

Features