French luxury brand Hermès of Paris has expanded its store at the Royal Hawaiian Center in Waikiki. The Hawaiian outpost is the company’s third-highest volume retail location, just behind stores in New York and Beverly Hills, Calif. WWD reports that the expansion from 8,700 sq. ft. to 13,000 sq. ft. coincides with the store’s 30th anniversary.

The redesign has grown the boutique into a three-level flagship that features a wider range of products as well as amenities like a private salon and VIP rooms. New external claustra panels allow for the gentle infusion of light while also providing shade from the tropical sun in tandem with two metal canopies. A three-story window on the side entrance is framed by a cable grid to support climbing plants.

Dickinson Cameron Construction is the General Contractor who has completed this project