Coca-Cola Paris HQ is Like a Coke Cathedral (Photos)

by: Joseph On  Thursday, December 17, 2015

On the banks of the Seine in Paris, a new corporate headquarters has recently been erected, and it’s got a whole lot of red and white incorporated in its design. That’s because it’s the Coca-Cola Paris HQ, a new center of operations for the French arm of the brand.

Coca-Cola Paris HQ is a visual marvel.  No mater where you turn you’re guaranteed to see some aesthetic component of the Coke brand, past, present, or even future. The environment also got a surprising amount of priority in the design of this headquarters, with novel features like live chickens who feed on thrown-away food in the basement, working beehives up on the roof, and, best of all, an elaborate lighting fixture built from 13,000 recycled Coke bottles.

You can get a look at the new Coca-Cola Paris HQ in the gallery below, courtesy of Hypebeast. Your office Coke machine has never seemed more inadequate.

Here’s the gallery: