Les showrooms du marais
Showrooms are situated at 3 cité Dupetit-Thouars in the former stampling plant, at 52 rue Charlot, rue Cominnes and rue de Turenne. Opened from 8H till 21H for your professional events:
seminars, expositions, presse conferences, shootings, product launch, private saales…
They are full of artistic Parisian charm with flexible space and bathed in natural light coming through the glass canopies.
There are all necessary facilities: toilet, kitchen, bathroom, office…
These quiet oases are just two steps away from lively terraces, art galeries, “Enfants Rouges” market and the famous “Carreau du Temple”
The Dupetit-Thouars' showroom
The showroom Dupetit-Thouars is about 70 m2 and is regularily occupied by stylists as Manish Arora, BLKDM, Incarnation during Paris fashion weeks.
It doesn’t host private night parties.
The companies can osrganise meetings, lunches, seminars, training sessions, private sales, shootings etc.
One can find all the confort in here: kitchen, toilets, bathroom, library, 3 exhibitions panels (3,20x2m) which will be helpfull in organising space.
Upon request, we can also provide access to a private lounge of 45 m2 and a second kitchen of 15 m2, both connected to the main showroom and making 130 m2 all together.
Le Charlot' showroom
Inaugurated in February 2016 after major rehabilitation works, this former tannery became a styling agency and then a film ptoduction company. It is made of beautiful Parisian stonework, decorated with “Eiffel” steel beams and is welcoming you by a traditionnal facade of a hadicraft workshop.
It’s size is 20 x 7m and it is composed of sequenced open spaces that allow you to organize professional sales during fashion weeks (Lost and Found) and also making gatherings up to 100 people.
Every space has an optimal an flexible light source.
You will also find all necessary confort in here: equipped kitchen, bathroom, toilets, office, storage space.
The Commines' showroom
The Commines showroom is situated in front of the Commines Space, a few steps away from the “Cirque d’Hiver”, the famous brasserie “Le Progrès” and the concept store “Merci”.
In the past this former sawmill hosted Compagnons du Tour de France, Ines de la Fressange and finally opened its’ doors to companies taking part in fashion weeks.
The building is structured with an Eiffel-style steel frame and is registered on the list of cultural heritage.
It looks like a loft and is situated on the ground floor measuring 92 m2, has an upper floor of 48 m2 and a basement of 110 m2. It has a goods lift and a fully equipped kitchen/bar, a toilet room and a storage place.
The place is perfect for hosting presse conferences, expositions, seminars.
The owner has a concept store specialised in indoor design from 50-70’s in Turenne street and could provide some piece of furniture upon request.
The Turenne' showroom
L’espace Turenne is historically a former warehouse of textile industry in the heart of Marais quarter. It is located in the Haussmannian style stone building of XIX century. It has just been renovated and given a new main entry door and two high windows according to the authorisation of the architect responsible for heritage issues.
It has all parisian aesthetic qualities needed for commercial store:
white stone building of Marais, Eiffel’s metallic constructions, horizontal zenith glassworks. For maximum brightness, the floor (polished concrete and renovated hardwood) and walls have been coloured into light tones (off-white and pale gray).
The République - Valmy' showroom
Ces anciennes écuries qui accueillaient les chevaux de halage – ils tiraient les bateaux le long du canal Saint Martin au 19eme siècle – sont devenues “La société anonyme des Forges et Acièries du saut du Tarn” du 19 juillet 1912 au 16 octobre 1961, avant d’être une importante entreprise d’emballage.
Elle résume à elle seule un pan de l’histoire industrielle et commerciale du Paris Faubourien. Ses structures métalliques de style “Eiffel” supportent quatre splendides verrières avec une hauteur sous plafond de trois à huit mètres.
Cet espace, situé dans le prolongement du quai de Valmy, à l’angle de la rue du Faubourg du Temple – au lieu dit – “La Grisette”, figure populaire du vieux Paris (du nom de la couleur des vêtements de ces jeunes parisiennes issues de la classe ouvrière, souvent couturières, brodeuses ou lingères). Décrites comme à la fois, coquettes, frivoles, élégantes et aimant faire la fête, elles ont sans doute inspiré l’esprit de la Parisienne moderne.
27, bd Jules Ferry 75011 Paris
Métro République (lignes 3-5-8-9-11)
Parking à proximité: 50, rue de Malte 75011
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