The presence of the famous Salle Gaveau, a stone's throw from Wellio Paris Miromesnil, in the heart of the 8th arrondissement of Paris, invites the architects of Colliers International France to integrate the project into a more theatrical aesthetic. Demonstrating that Parisian classicism does not prohibit functionality and modernity of use.
- Year: 2018
- Surface area: 3,500 m2
- Workstations: 400
- Coworking stations: 17
- Private office space: 36
- Location: Miromesnil, Paris 8ème
- Design time: 2 months
- Time to complete: 9 months
THE SPIRIT OF THE SHOW
Once you cross the threshold of Wellio Paris Miromesnil, the Velvet Café sets the scene. A warm and friendly entry point, it expresses the whole spirit of the theatre: a bar staged with lyricism in a palette of vibrant mustard yellows, long connected benches stitched in red velvet delimiting a basket to gather in, baths along the facade marked by high windows where you can meet in pairs, to exchange face to face in a hushed world. The signage with discreet Art Deco influences completes the design of an enveloping and warm universe. A refined atmosphere that does not concede anything to useful design. The materials chosen are highly resistant, the acoustics are particularly neat and the furniture is connected, allowing you to recharge your phone or extend a lunch during a working meeting.
The place is thus a stronghold marked by intense colours, a tribute to the work of the painter Josef Albers, master of the interactions between colours with his squares of tonic monochrome. A central stage where all the encounters, uses and desires come together and are improvised.
The building is then organized in the same spirit as the one that presides over the other Wellio sites: coworking areas, dedicated offices, lounge lounges, follow one another up to a top floor dedicated to events and group uses. This last modular space, thanks to its lightweight furniture and easy-to-move bleachers, can accommodate a plenary session or be transformed into a workshop.
Privatizable office area of various sizes where there is open space, individual offices, small meeting rooms and lounge area
The "Cabinet de curiosité", nestled on the top floor of the building, is a succession of atypical relaxation areas, arranged like an apartment