Tadao Ando’s restoration of the Bourse de Commerce building in Paris

Tadao Ando’s restoration of the Bourse de Commerce building in Paris


Interior view of the restored and redesigned rotunda

The latest edition of our Dezeen Weekly newsletter includes Tadao Ando’s restoration and redesign of the Bourse de Commerce building in Paris.


The 18th-century stock exchange building in France has reopened after a major three-year transformation project commissioned by François Pinault.

Additions include a nine-metre-tall cylindrical concrete wall placed within its rotunda.

One commenter praised Ando’s “masterly use of concrete”.

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Other stories in this week’s newsletter include a spiral staircase at the centre of a house in Drongen, Belgium, the US pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale and the Little Island park and performance venue in New York City.

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