The emblem consists of an H in the same type as the company name.
The letters M and D which replace the crossbar of the H and represent the reinforcement of its structure, are taken from another typeface which makes the overall effect more harmonious, and allows these letters to sit neatly in the extensions of the "pillars" of the H.
The ampersand (& sign) has been reworked from a third typeface, chosen for its unusual design and strong anthropomorphic feel, an almost human outline, or possibly a plant with its light and flowing terminal, and in either case with a beautifully flowing movement.
The emblem has a deliberately architectural dimension: the H is in essence an architectural letter, representing a house or a door. The crossbar of the H which strengthens the overall structure is made up of Maisons & Domaines which act as a bridge.
The stems of the H suggest pillars which support the structure and express the family dimension.
The overall effect of the monogram is one of delicacy, its finely worked appearance reminiscent of goldsmithery.