[En images] Guided tour in Maison Sanofi, the group’s new global headquarters, in Paris

From rue de la Boëtie (8th) to avenue de la Grande Armée (17th), the world headquarters of Sanofi has not left the beautiful neighborhoods. The French laboratory and 500 of its employees have taken over a 9,000 m2 site a stone’s throw from the Arc de Triomphe, called Maison Sanofi. Two buildings, with Eiffel pillars and art deco and art nouveau facades, have been merged. The set includes eight floors, a large terrace above, and part of the roof is entirely made of glass to illuminate the interior.


The 500 employees of Maison Sanofi have a variety of spaces spread over 9,000 m2 and eight floors. (Photo credit: Luc Boegly)

The French pharmaceutical giant is talking about a new headquarters incorporating “state-of-the-art digital and collaborative resources”them “latest video conferencing technologies for an immersive meeting experience”and perfectly suited”new hybrid working methods”, according to a press release. Whether it’s workspaces, “collaborative areas” or of “coins cocon”through the catering areas, Sanofi specifies that its house has adopted for all places the “hotel codes”. All with an acoustic “specifically designed to reduce noise pollution from the street as much as possible”.

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Recycled materials have been favored for the decoration and furniture of Maison Sanofi, such as the codes of the hotel industry, with a view of the Eiffel Tower in certain dining areas. (Photo credit: Luc Boegly)

The House is described as a “model of environmental sustainability” and energy sobriety: changing lighting depending on the outside light, eco-designed furniture and decoration, sustainable materials such as “tables made from recycled glass bottles” or like “floor coverings made with old fishing nets”. In the end, Sanofi ensures that the carbon footprint of each employee “has been reduced by almost 100% compared to the previous siege”.


Maison Sanofi in Paris promises its employees in its spaces the latest technologies for videoconferencing and immersive meetings. (Photo credit: Luc Boegly).

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