Pavilion 7 and Paris Convention Centre
Valode & Pistre's playful façade
Built in 1969 by architects Raymond Gravereaux and Gilles Thin, the original Brutalist concrete structure, characteristic of the 1960s, will be renewed and modernized.
The existing blind surfaces will be opened up and a new glazed curtain wall will be created. Undulating glass surfaces will create a rippling effect at each level, symbolizing the never-ending movement of the exhibitions and the momentum that brings the entire Park to life.
Located at the heart of Pavilion 7, Paris Convention Centre will meet the requirements of large international conferences, providing extensive auditoriums that connect to exhibition spaces. Europe’s largest conference centre, this venue will bolster Paris’s position as the world’s leading city for international conferences.
Pavilion 7 façade
A 5,200-seat plenary meeting room on level 7.3 - Paris Convention Centre
Main entrance of Pavilion 7
Terrace of Pavilion 7