Renovation of the winter garden and the neo-Renaissance lounge
The construction work undertaken from 2014 to 2015 has seen the restoration and renovation of the ground floor areas which will now be open to the public after a 15-year closure. This includes a neo-Renaissance lounge with stucco colonnades (which gave it the nickname “the column room”) that overlooks a winter garden. These spaces will be used to host events, concerts, shows, meetings, conferences and temporary exhibitions.
The “column room” will be used for more intimate gatherings like readings or book signing events. There will be a library in a section of the lounge where visitors will be able to consult a selection of works relevant to the museum’s programme. These books will be on sale at the museum shop. Other books available for purchase can be consulted on request.
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43, avenue de Villiers
Situated in a studio-mansion in the heart of the Plaine Monceau quarter, the Musée national Jean-Jacques Henner offers an exceptional space for your private events. The former house of painter Guillaume Dubufe (1853-1909) is one of the rare examples of private architecture under the Third Republic. The current renovation of the ground floor, the winter garden and the neo-Renaissance lounge will return this house to its standing as a venue for fine social gatherings.
Jardin d'hiver – 54 m²
Salon aux colonnes – 79 m²
Salon rouge – 60 m²
Cécile Cayol – In charge of communication and cultural development
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Direct line : + 33 (0) 1 47 63 64 35