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The different rooms are separated by winter gardens and there are also three terraces that look out over the Parc de la Villette, and the pavilion itself is covered with white marble, which came from the Andalucia region of Spain.

In complete contrast to the registered historical monument in Paris called Le Grande Halle, which is situated opposite, the Pavillon Paul Delouvrier was inaugurated in 1991 and named after the first President of Villette, who was responsible for developing the site into a major cultural area and expanse of green that we can all enjoy today.

However, the pavilion was completely renovated in 2011 to make the interior even more up to date and functional, in order to cater for a multitude of different events.  And with its light and airy interior, where guests can flow easily between the different shaped rooms and spaces, that now also has a cloakroom and reception desk, along with high tech equipment available for conferences, etc, making the Pavillon Paul Delouvrier is now even more versatile.

Visiting the Pavillon Paul Delouvrier in Paris

As we have mentioned before, you will find this unusual building located within the Parc de la Villette, and it is situated opposite Le Grande Halle along the Galerie de la Villette next to one of the themed gardens called the Jardin des Miroirs.

And being close to the entrance to this park in Paris, the nearest Metro station is on line 5 going from Bobigny through to Place d’Italie and you would need the Porte de Pantin stop.  However, the bus lines 75 and 151 will also get you close by, plus the tram line T3b also has a stop close as well.

Now when it comes to temporary exhibitions, these are hosted at different times and dates throughout the years, but the Pavillon Paul Delouvirer is mainly used for private events, corporate functions, parties, etc, with either the whole building or parts of it being able to be privatised, and you would need to contact then to discuss your requirements.

Address and Contact Details

Pavillon Paul-Delouvrier
Parc de La Villette
211 Avenue Jean-Jaures
Ile France

Tel: +33 (0) 1 40 03 77 01

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  -  Cite de la Musique Music Hall In Paris
  -  Philharmonie de Paris Concert Hall
  -  Le Trabendo Concert And Music Venue
  -  Musee de la Musique Museum
  -  Cafe de la Musique - Now Cafe des Concerts
  -  Cite des Sciences et de l’Industrie
  -  The Geode Cinema
  -  The Peniche Cinema
  -  The Fontaine aux Lions de Nubie
  -  Le Hall de la Chanson
  -  Canal de l'Ourcq
  -  La Grande Halle de la Villette
  -  Centre Equestre de la Villette horse riding school
  -  Le Zenith De Paris La Villette
  -  My Boat restaurant
  -  Theatre Paris-Villette
  -  Tartes Kluger
  -  Pont Flottant Villette

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Pavillon Paul Delouvrier at Parc de la Villette

This pavilion was designed by a Catalan architect utilising white marble from Spain, and located within the Parc de la Villette, it has a unique modern design that is used for temporary exhibitions and private corporate events.

About the Pavillon Paul Delouvrier

The Pavillon Paul Delouvrier was designed by the Catalan architect, Oscar Tusquets with a sleek and ultra modern appearance that incorporates three different geometric shapes to make up the main event and temporary exhibition rooms, which are oval, square and triangle.
Pavillon Paul Delouvrier Event
Pavillon Paul Delouvrier Oval Room
Pavillon Paul Delouvrier Rear
Pavillon Paul Delouvrier