beaubourg

Presentation

The Café Beaubourg stands across from the Centre Pompidou, as if they are talking to one another, in a dialog of culture and art de vivre that has continued since its beginning in 1987. In that year, this grand café opened its doors, after having been imagined and built by architect Christian de Portzamparc, before he received the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize. On the good side of Les Halles, the Café Beaubourg embodies the neighborhood's spirit of carefree living, but also its cosmopolitan experience. It is a space where you feast on the trends of the day, and on ideas that pique the emotions, all the way to the taste buds. Artists know this, and many have left their mark, from Daniel Buren to Jean-Michel Othoniel...