Those Windows symbolise the archetypal fronts of the shops we enjoy frequenting in our towns, symbols of local retailers and a well-chosen, artisanal and high-quality product.The shop space has been designed as an extension of the visitor route through the Pavilion, thereby contributing to the overall experience of visitors as they come to discover a “slice” of France.
This space has been designed as a sliver of the city or the high street, where each section becomes a specialist shop in its own right. The intentionally free and open route will invite visitors to meander as they purchase the meticulously selected items. A store for young people, an arts & culture shop, a 100% Bleu Blanc Rouge store, a Paris-themed boutique and another dedicated to the French art de vivre will contribute to this mini-city experience.
"Les vitrines" of the Pavillon France has been designed with "La Réunion des musées nationaux - Grand Palais" - (Rmn-Grand Palais)
Our commitments on the project:
• Local manufacturing
• Developments without impact for the building destined to be reassembled on the CNES Campus in 2024
• Support French culture and know-how internationally