Since its creation in 1953, Maison Bernachon has always been at the forefront of progress, passing on its love of chocolate through three generations of dedicated craftsmen. Today, they’ve taken accessibility and inclusion a step further, thanks to a partnership with Myd’L.
Located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, one of the capital’s most prestigious areas, the new Bernachon shop has opened its doors with a unique feature: the installation of a Myd’l automatic reclining plane. This revolutionary system, which accommodates people with reduced mobility, makes the shop a model of inclusion in a world where accessibility is increasingly valued.
This is a significant innovation for several reasons. Firstly, it underlines Bernachon’s commitment to inclusion and accessibility for all. Secondly, it highlights the superior quality and effectiveness of the solutions offered by Myd’L. This partnership shows how two companies can work together to achieve a common goal and set new standards for the industry.
Bernachon’s adoption of Myd’L technology is a perfect example of how innovation and design can work together to meet specific needs. The automatic tilt technology is designed to be not only functional and reliable, but also aesthetically pleasing and discreet. It does not overhang the pavement and does not result in any loss of commercial space, a crucial point in a district where the price per square metre is among the highest in the capital.
This access system, specifically designed to optimise space and accessibility, is a major achievement for Myd’L, reflecting our ability to understand the specific needs of our customers and offer tailor-made solutions that combine functionality, aesthetics and respect for space constraints.
By choosing to adopt this technology, Maison Bernachon is once again demonstrating its commitment to a customer-focused approach based on accessibility and inclusion.