The supplier has invested about 100 million Swiss francs into the 844,440-square-foot facility due to be operational in 2020.
The Singapore-based unit, which is to have a 5,555-square-foot footprint and four levels, will be operational in 2018.
Coffee beans, coconut and broccoli were everywhere.
During the annual Flower Show, the retailer’s first pop-up installation is meant to give customers a 3-D olfactive experience.
Farms and processing plants were damaged, threatening future exports of the prime fragrance ingredient.
Surgical bone cement played a role in the creation of No. 3, an eau de toilette that’s rolling out to Neiman Marcus, Lord & Taylor and Nordstrom.
The unit is part of the Swiss fragrance and flavors supplier’s drive for sustainable sourcing.
The floral fragrance is expected to be the first of many scents from the direct-selling skin-care and cosmetics brand.