A preview of the two first copies of the Kiosque, a new creation by French designers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec (Galerie kreo) commissioned by Emerige, is open to the public in the Jardin des Tuileries, until November 7th 2015.
Tuileries Gardens – entrance in front of Rue de Castiglione – métro Tuileries
The Kiosque created by the Bouroullec brothers is a standalone, modular unit. Three sides of the steel structure have large French windows and the fourth a solid door. A broad roof amply overhangs the walls, creating a sheltered external terrace around the whole Kiosque. After dark, all of the sheltered areas are lit by lamps hanging around the edge of the roof. Sliding panels along both of the Kiosque’s long sides can be pulled back to expose the windows, or closed in order to completely ‘shut’ the unit. It is an extremely versatile space and a variety of future uses for it can be imagined (a space for exhibitions, relaxation, meetings and more).
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