The department of conservators is located in the Manufacture des Allumettes in Aubervilliers, a former Matchstick factory dating from the early 20th century and totally renovated for the purposes of the initial and continuing training programs of conservators-restorers, students and professionals.
The department provided areas for meetings, seminars, conferences, and events like cocktail receptions, fashion shows, shootings.
All these events have to be in correlation with the Institute’s missions and teaching concerns.
The National Institute of Cultural Heritage is referenced in the APIE’s catalogue (Agence du patrimoine immatériel de l’Etat) listing public areas open to events and in the APIE’s directory listing shooting-welcome offices.
Administration and visit of areas
Tél. 033 (1) 44 41 16 60
OUTSIDE PATH AND COVERED PATHWAY
Surface area : 2 000 m2
Length : 165 m
Width : 12 m
Three areas on the first floor are open to rental.
Rooms 2 – 3 – 4Surface area : from 50 to 57 m2
Rooms 3 and 4 can be gathered in one.Surface area : 107 m2
STUDIOS AND LABORATORIES (shootings only)
A research laboratory and about 500 m2 of studios for Painting, Sculpture, Furniture, Graphic Arts, Glassware-Earthenware and Photography can be provided for shootings.
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