The Pathe Foundation, which promotes cinematography and the heritage of Pathe, has recently added a new public space to their offices in Paris, France. Designed by the Renzo Piano Building Workshop, the modern space is surrounded by historic buildings. The domed roof is made of glass panels that look akin to scales on a snake. These allow the upper rooms to capture plenty of natural sunlight by day and will then emit a faint glow at when lit from within at night. It is always interesting to see how modern materials and structures find harmony amid classic architecture found in older cities like Paris. This may be stop on my next trip to Paris, my favorite European city.
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