Journées Européennes du Patrimoine 2019 : 5 sites à voir à Paris

Each year, the European Heritage Days show the general public the wealth of the French architectural and artistic heritage. An unmissable event to be held, for the 36th edition, 21 and 22 next September. Focused this year on the theme "Arts and Entertainment", the event offers an anthology of visits and entertainment. Overview of our selection for this cultural weekend!

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The Niemeyer Area (19th arrondissement)
In 1965, the French Communist Party entrusts the realization of its new headquarters to the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. Built between 1969 and 1980, the concrete, glass and steel building is emblematic of the modernist current of the time. At the time of the 2019 JEP, Espace Niemeyer offers an exhibition of young contemporary artists, a piano recital in the famous dome, guided tours and access to the roof of the building. An entire program !


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The Molitor Pool (16th arrondissement)
Following its renovation between 2011 and 2014, the Molitor pool now houses a luxurious hotel designed by the architect Jean-Philippe Nuel, a restaurant, spa and ponds now iconic. This Sunday, the pool will be open to the public and the 78 winter cabins decorated by artists will also be accessible. To complete this exciting program, lettering and graffiti workshops will be led by the street artist PEST from 14h00 to 19h00.


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The Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé Foundation (13ème arrondissement)
Behind the magnificent facade sculpted by Auguste Rodin in the 19th century is a contemporary building by Renzo Piano. This wood and steel building houses the Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé Foundation and includes a projection room, exhibition spaces, rooms dedicated to the preservation of collections and a research center. On the program, free tours of the building and film-concert sessions.


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The house-workshop of Jean Lurçat (14ème arrondissement)
The house-studio of the French artist Jean Lurçat is one of the Parisian masterpieces of modern architecture. Built by his brother André Lurçat, it is the first in a long series made in the 1920 years. The long windows, the immaculate facades, the sobriety are characteristic of the refined style defended by the architect. As part of the EHD, visits are open to all by reservation.


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Panhard and Levassor factory workshops (13th arrondissement)
In 2013, the AREP architecture firm is completing the conversion of the former workshops of the Panhard and Levassor automobile factories into public offices and public facilities. The extension and rehabilitation of the building can boost the life of the neighborhood. The place will be open for the first time to visit this weekend.

Photographs: DR

To learn more, visit the site of the European Heritage Days


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