The French government is taking measures to prevent Covid-19, Pinault’s new showroom in Paris was delayed until 2021.
Expected to open in mid-June, the Bourse de Commerce’s Pinault Gallery gallery in Paris was delayed early next year due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 outbreak.
The French billionaire tycoon François Pinault has decided to postpone further because of the prolonged quarantine in France, with gradual reopening beginning on 11 May.
In the 18th century, the Bourse de Commerce Building was used as a trading floor. Tadao Ando moved it to be part of Pinault’s art collection.
Ando’s project was halted on March 16. The phases include engineering activities, furniture installation and artwork, and performing additional renovations around the outside. of the region were delayed.
Pinault’s decision was made in consultation with the City of Paris when the pandemic was still under control. It will take about nine more months to complete due to Google’s construction speed will be significantly slowed down.
Ando’s renovation of the Bourse de Commerce is the Japanese architect’s fourth project for Pinault following the Punta della Dogana, Palazzo Grassi and Teatrino de Palazzo Grassi in Venice.