I have documented Hermes and other logos in use in store entrance design and branding. For contrast I include this use with Hermes defining a building rather than a the retail space itself. I leave the comparisons up to you below.
Compare Directly to…
“Hermes Logo as Entry Tile Mosaic“
For Store Entry Branding by Title…
“Hermes Defines Place Not Space” (This Post)
“Vuitton Brands Building in Stone”
“Ice Axe Door Handles by REI“
“Art Nouveau Door Bar“
“Omega Branded First Not Last“
“Cryptic Gucci Floor Medallion“
“Nose Ring is Entry Attention Compeller”
“Spencer’s Street-Art Storefront“
“Henri Bendel Store-Entry Roundel“
“Hermes Logo as Tile Mosaic“
“Fendi Slate Crossing-the-Line”
“Tory Burch Front Door Beat Down“
“Long, Leggy Door Handles“
“Entrance Portal Perspectives”
“Giorgio Armani Makes an Entrance”
“Links of London Reaches Out”
For Store Entry Branding resources see…
“Store Entrance Branding Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“Store Entrance Branding Pinterest Board” for visuals only.
“Store Entrance Branding Index Page” for all resources and links