Grand Nancy Congrès Centre Prouvé
The Centre Prouvé is a reconversion and extension of an old and impressively sized building: the Nancy Postal Sorting Office.
The Centre Prouvé’s architects Marc Barani and Christophe Presle have used the scale of the existing site and retained the exceptional floor-to-ceiling heights: 7 m on the first three floors and 6.50 m on the fourth floor.
These impressive open spaces continue into the auditoriums, where the capacity, stages and foyers offer multiple possibilities in terms of lay-out and interaction.
The Centre Prouvé is beautifully transparent, showcasing the simple, noble materials of concrete and glass. Inside this functional, open and interactive building, the breakout rooms, designed as different modules within the spacious
settings, have been designed to let in maximum daylight.
Text from Grand Nancy Congrès Centre
The furniture for the congress is made my GENS association libérale d’architecture in collaboration with the artist Benjamin Dufour.