The Christian Fournet Garden Design Studio is pleased to unveil its work for Hangar Y on the occasion of its pre-opening.
After more than 70 years of neglect and many months of work, the Hangar Y has risen from its ashes and will open its doors to the public again in the spring of 2023. During the month of October, Paris will be the scene of numerous art events, and Hangar Y has decided to take part in the festivities by organising a pre-opening weekend on 22 and 23 October 2022. These two days of open doors will allow all generations to (re)discover this mythical place and its history linked to the aeronautical sector. To celebrate this reunion, the Hangar Y has proposed to the Art Explora foundation to set up a multidisciplinary, participative and inclusive artistic programme open to the public.
The Y Hangar
The park and pond of Chalais
The central element of the axis designed by André Le Nôtre for the gardens of Meudon in 1659, the Chalais pond and its park cover an area of 10 hectares.