A new look for Paris Expo Porte de Versailles
After years of reconstruction work, France’s biggest exhibition centre is about to display a whole new look. Find out what’s new before the inauguration night on November 20.
Here is a view of the urban transformations ongoing at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles exhibition centre.
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In short, here are the main transformations at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles exhibition centre to be inaugurated at the end of November.
- Gate B has been refurbished with an architecture to remind that of Gate A.
- Pavilions 6 & 8 have been demolished to give way to a unique Pavilion designed by Valode & Pistre. It will offer 15,000 sqm of exhibition space (including meeting rooms), a lighting structure conceived by Jean Nouvel with hanging screens for newspapers headlines and a roof to welcome the biggest urban farm in the world (14,000 sqm dedicated to agriculture).
- A 450-room hotel resort designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte will take place in the park and will welcome 2 international groups: Mama Shelter and Novotel.
- A new parking will offer 1,500 slots for seamless and secured access to the exhibition centre.