These three package designs were created by Japanese Design Guru Kenya Hara. Characterized by joint-free, smooth curves and delicate white texture, are for the most well-known Pierre Hermé pastry, Ispahan.
Shaped like whipped cream, like dough pressed lightly by a single digit, like a round of fluffy, resilient pure whiteness, all three delicately wrap these luxe pastries. The greatest appeal of these packages is the billowing sensuousness imparted by the material: pulp. Thanks to the study of hand molding, they have created a soft, round form that fluidly connects the curves.
The packaged pastries were sold exclusively at Påtisseries Pierre Hermé Paris Bonaparte, Vaugirard, and at some of Pierre Hermé Paris boutiques in Tokyo.