Large New Venue In Paris

This venue takes place in an area listed as historic monument, on the left bank, classified as a world heritage site by Unesco.

Achieved by Marc Barani’s atelier, this new contemporary space perfectly stands in an architectural complex. Designed to hold meetings and receptions, it will also welcome corporate, institutional and private events.

The palace of the emblematic Institut de France – including the French Academy, the Academy of inscriptions and belles-lettres, the Academy of Sciences, the Academy of Fine Arts, the Academy of Moral and Political Sciences – develops in its a contemporary space dedicated to events of the Institut de France but also to the reception of corporate and private events.

This new venue includes a 350-seat auditorium (named after their patrons André and Liliane Bettencourt) and two reception rooms overlooking the paved courtyard: the Grande Hall of 290m2 and Hugot room of 165m2. The latter, with a stage of 15m2, is located in front of the auditorium and can be all privatized or separately. Perfectly integrated with the site classified historical monument on the left bank of the Seine, themselves registered in the UNESCO world heritage. This wonderful site can receive up to 350 pax. 

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Source & photos  : http://www.lanewsevenements.fr/2018/10/23/linstitut-de-france-entrouvre-ses-portes-avec-3-mazarine/

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