The Musée International de la Parfumerie de Grasse will reopen in early 2008 after having closed in December of 2005 to conduct its renovation project. The new museum will have doubled its size to 3000 m2 and will be organized around three locations: the Hôtel Morel-Amic, an 18th century building, the Pélissier building, and the existing museum. The architect for the project is Frédéric Joung.The ARMIP (Association for the International Perfume Museum), led by perfumer Jean-Claude Ellena, has contributed to the project.
The permanent collection will be curated by Marie-Christine Grasse.
Source: Cosmetic News