The construction site of the Pavillon de la Danse will be open to the public on Saturday 22 February 2020, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
On Saturday 22 February 2020, the construction site of the Pavillon de la Danse will open its doors to the public. Place Charles-Sturm has been selected to host a light, easily-dismantled construction, for a period of no more than seven years, made entirely from larch and spruce and comprising a modular events venue dedicated to dance.
21 monumental porticoes
It is a unique opportunity to discover the work in progress and the concept of this building, which required 21 monumental porticoes to be erected, as well as its facade with its elegant movement traced by 84 wooden frames. Once on site, visitors will have the chance to meet the architects responsible for the site and glean more information about the project of this future temple to dance, which will open its doors in autumn 2020.
The site will be open to the public non-stop from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
By opening its construction sites to the public, the City wishes to promote the different types of construction and work by offering the city’s inhabitants the chance to explore them. This event continues on from the Ecole de Chandieu open day and the visit to the Pont de Carouge construction site in 2016, the visit to the Quai des Bergues site in 2017 and that of the future Comédie in 2018.
Direction du Département de l’aménagement, des constructions et de la mobilité
4 Rue de l'Hôtel-de-Ville
Article modifié le 31.05.2020 à 10:47