From May 3 to July 13, 2019, the “Horizon 2030” pavilion will showcase the Grand Paris Express’s ambition and projects in terms of architecture, landscape, design, culture and urban planning. For the first time, the public will be able to discover a hundred models presenting the 68 stations of the new metro.
The Pavilion is curated by the “2030 Group” composed of Ruedi Baur (designer), Frédéric Chartier and Pascal Dalix (architects), José-Manuel Gonçalvès (artistic director), Jean-Christophe Nani (landscape architect), Arnaud Passalaqua (historian ), Pierre Alain Trévelo (architect and urban planner) and Corinne Vezzoni (architect). The construction of the Pavilion is conducted under the artistic and cultural direction of José Manuel Gonçalvès.
For the duration of the Biennale, the “Horizon 2030” pavilion will host debates with architects, conferences and urban walks. Among these appointments, the “archibio” aperitifs of the Grand Paris Express every Saturday at 17 hours, workshops for children and adults on weekdays or weekends … and many other events.