Gagosian Paris

Paris, France 2009–2010

Client: Gagosian

The Gagosian Gallery in Paris is in the 8th arrondissement near the Champs-Élysées. The project is organized over four levels within a former townhouse. Tall, well-proportioned rooms and floors, made in large slabs of sandstone and oak parquet, ensure that the elegance of the original townhouse is retained in the spaces of the new gallery. The public gallery area is on the ground floor. At the rear of the floor, in the space of the former courtyard of the townhouse, is located a major new gallery space lit by a large central roof light.

Read more

Images 1
Images 2
Images 3
Images 4
Images 5
Images 6

Related news


Gagosian Gallery Grosvenor Hill

London, United Kingdom

The new Gagosian Gallery in Mayfair opens to the public today. The gallery opens with an exhibition of paintings, sculptures and works on paper by Cy Twombly.


Paris, France



900 m²

Caruso St John Architects
Adam Caruso, Peter St John

Project Architect
Florian Zierer

Project team
Tim Collett, Adam Gielniak

Collaborating architect
Bodin & Associes Architectes

Structural engineer
Auxitec Ingenierie

Main contractor
Pradeau & Morin

Quantity surveyor
Bodin & Associes Architects

Gautier de Blonde, Mark Bruce