Interview with Bruno Maquart as part of the "Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives" exhibition. He is the President of Universcience, French public body of the Palais de la Découverte and the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie.
Interview with Jean-Michel Ribes as part of the "Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives" exhibition. Comedian, playwright, and producer, he is directing the Théâtre du Rond-Point since 2001.
PCA-STREAM is continuing its reflection on the reenchantment of the "most beautiful avenue in the world" with the Champs-Élysées Park.
A new geographical centre ideally served and open to the metropolis, it deploys exceptional, diverse and affordable programming to meet the ambition of a more desirable, sustainable and inclusive city, and heralds a new relationship with nature in the city.
Interview with Jennifer Flay, curator, as part of the "Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives" exhibition. She is the artistic director of the FIAC (International Contemporary Art Fair).
Et demain, on fait quoi ? is a forum proposed by the Pavillon de l'Arsenal where architects, urban planners, engineers, designers, landscapers, students, and real estate professionals exchange ideas and thoughts about the "after".
Interview with Chiara Santini as part of the "Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives" exhibition. She is a Doctor in History, paleographer-archivist, teacher-researcher at the ENS de Paysage de Versailles.
A look back at the adventure of the Café Joyeux with this report broadcasted on France 2's 13h15.
Interview with Thierry Marx, French Michelin-starred chef, as part of the "Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives" exhibition.
Philippe Chiambaretta signs a platform for Le Monde Cities where he advocates a "health policy for cities", based on a systemic approach, and long-term experimental projects.
The Pavillon de l'Arsenal and PCA-STREAM invite you to (re)discover the exhibition "Champs-Elysées, history & perspectives" from home!
Entirely modeled in 3D, the exhibition offers an immersive and interactive journey to allow everyone to grasp the complex dynamic systems that are urban metabolisms, to participate in their future and to make the Champs-Elysées district the testing ground for a sustainable, inclusive and desirable city. An opportunity to rethink the way we live in our cities, our world.
These new meetings invite us to reflect on how the health crisis leads us to revisit the major scenarios in order to prepare Tomorrow. Philippe Chiambaretta presents a vision of the sustainable, desirable and inclusive city of 2030, with the recent study on the Champs-Élysées as an example.
In the urgency that the health situation requires, the PIASA house is organizing an online charity auction to benefit the #protègetonsoignant collective. PCA-STREAM is pleased to contribute by proposing a piece from the furniture line designed for the MO.CO. Montpellier Contemporary Art Center.
Interview with Michel Roth, French Michelin-starred chef, as part of the "Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives" exhibition.
Philippe Chiambaretta et l'équipe de PCA‑STREAM vous invite à (re)découvrir l'exposition « Champs‑Élysées, histoire et perspectives » lors d'un afterwork jeudi 19 mars dès 19h !
Lundi 9 mars dernier, Emmanuel Macron inaugurait le Café Joyeux Champs-Élysées qui emploie des personnes en situation de handicap mental et cognitif. C’est un honneur pour l’agence PCA‑STREAM d’avoir pu contribuer à ce projet en réalisant ce pop-up solidaire sur-mesure.
Children are invited to imagine the evolution of the most beautiful avenue in the world every Saturday from 2:30 p.m at the Pavillon de l'Arsenal.
Interview with Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel, art historian and curator, as part of the "Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives" exhibition. She is the director of the Fondation Lafayette Anticipations.
The exhibition “Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives” is ont TV! Discover the report by Sylvie Adigard for Télématin broadcast on France 2.
PCA-STREAM unveil Café Joyeux, an inclusive pop-up store on the Champs-Élysées.
Interview with Christophe Leribault as part of the "Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives" exhibition. He is the heritage curator and has been the director of the Petit Palais – Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, since 2013.
On this Thursday, February 20th, Philippe Chiambaretta takes part in the meeting set up by Le Monde Cities and Le Temps at the Head - Genève, about the notion of the urbanocene: the city as an organism.
Interview with Chris Dercon, art historian and curator, as part of the "Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives" exhibition. He is the president of the public cultural establishment Rmn-GP.
Parisians and residents of the Grand Paris are invited to share their ideas for the future of the Champs‑Élysées through a consultation set up on Make.org until mid-April.
The "Champs-Élysées, history & perspectives" catalog is available in bookstores and online!
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