107-111 rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

Information and bookings

Laëtitia Charruault
Tel.: +33 (0)1 44 55 58 50 / 58 82
E-mail: privatisations@madparis.fr

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The Nave

This unique, prestigious space, dominated by its 18 m-high vault, is the museum’s central, emblematic space. The galleries on either side of the nave look out on to the Rue de Rivoli and the Carrousel Gardens. The three floors of galleries rising majestically on either side house the Musée des Arts Décoratifs’permanent collections. The Nave’s sculpted stone decoration, spectacular mosaic floor decorated with foliated motifs and the beauty of its architecture make it a prestigious setting for hosting private events.

Surface Nave 450 m2
Carrousel gallery 200 m2
Rivoli gallery 250 m2
Capacity Dinner 350 people
Cocktail 800 people
Disponibilités Not during temporary exhibitions and Wednesdays All day monday
Evenings on other days of the week
The salon des Boiseries

This vast room, adorned with a magnificent array of 17th and 18th-century wood panelling from Parisian mansions and châteaux, has three large windows looking out over the Tuileries Gardens.

Total area 100 m2
Capacity Dinner 90 people
Cocktail 140 people

With the salon 1900:
Dinner 150 people
Cocktail 280 people

Availability Every days and evenings.
The salon 1900

The panelling in this room, created by Georges Hoentschel for the Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs pavilion at the Universal Exposition in Paris in 1900, is one of the masterpieces of Art Nouveau.

Total area 70 m2
Capacity 50 people for a seated dinner

With the salon des Boiseries:
Dinner of 150 people

Availability days and evenings
The hall Rohan

The museum’s main entrance and focal point, this three-story space provides direct access to the Fashion, Textiles and Advertising exhibitions and the Jewellery Gallery. The monumental staircase opening onto an elegant atrium enables the installation of décors and buffets on the landings. This space is ideal for cocktails and breakfasts combined with private tours of the permanent collections or exhibitions.

Total area 240 m2 on two levels
Capacity Cocktail: 250 people
Availability Mornings before 10.30 a.m. or evenings after or 6.00 P.M.(except Thursday). Monday
The hall des Maréchaux

This space on three levels, each with its own ambience, has an independent entrance at 103 rue de Rivoli.

• On the ground floor, the vaulted hall traversing the building (90 m2, ceiling height 8 m) is bathed in light.
• On the first floor (95 m2), a columned room with a black and white marble floor is lit by a large window looking out over the Carrousel Gardens. The monumental wrought-iron staircase leading up to the floor above structures the ensemble.
• On the second floor, a space (65 m2) with more modern decoration and white walls can be easily personalised for product launches, meetings, press conference

Total area 250 m2 on 3 levels
Capacity 150 people when the museum is closed
Dinner 50 people
Availability Days and evenings
The Conference room

On Level -1 of the Pavillon de Marsan, the superbly designed auditorium has walls and ceiling clad with metal mesh and comfortable red leather armchairs with writing tablets. It can host lectures, colloquiums, meetings and board meetings. The adjoining room is ideal for workshops for 20 to 30 participants. Auditorium events can be combined with a tour of the museum, cocktail or dinner in the rooms of the Pavillon de Marsan located just above.

Audiovisual equipment
The auditorium has a PA system, video projector, wireless microphones and digital sound recording equipment.

Capacity Conference room: 80 places - 80 m2
Reunion room: 30 places - 30 m2
Availability All days or evenings, except on Wednesdays and regarding the cultural schedule