10 Productive Discussion Spaces in Parisby HarryPrince, 22 March 2021
Albert Einstein is believed to have said, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”. We feel this applies perfectly to team chitchats.
The best discussions get you to think outside the box. And one of the best ways to do that is to get out of your comfort zone.
And what better place to find a new and exciting space than Paris?
This article is going to empower you. Empower you with some stunning discussion spaces in Paris specifically designed to extract creativity and productivity from you and your team.
1) Casual Discussion Space with Garden
It’s a living room away from home. We especially love the courtyard garden that guards ‘chill’ inside its walls.
The venue manages to combine three different worlds: the corporate world, coffee shops, and home.
This venue has a boardroom capacity of up to 60 people.
2) Striking Venue for Multiple Occasions
Contemporary, lavish, and split over two floors. Yes, this fantastic place merits being called striking. The design is cosy and radiates an intimate personality.
The top floor is excellent for meetings, discussions and presentations. The ground floor is fine-tuned for culinary workshops and fun receptions.
We particularly love the Parisian terrace that’s great for unwinding and soaking in the culture.
What’s more, it’s in the heart of the city! Hooked? All you need to know now is the capacity is for 12 people.
3) Playful Garden Room With an Industrial Look
When you watched old episodes of The Simpsons, were you jealous of Homer’s hammock? If so, this playful garden room has a surprise for you!
This is not your typical discussion space in Paris. In fact, it might be the antithesis. So if you’re a free spirit that likes to go against the grain, just let us know which dates you want to book.
It’s fresh, vibrant, and will inspire some out-of-the-box thinking.
The space is equipped with innovative software and installations for you to get the best out of each session. It includes a digital blackboard, a TV for projections, speakers and a paperboard.
Located in the Courbevoie neighbourhood (in the Seine and La Défense business district), it’s a hot choice.
4) Modular Discussion Space With a Homely Vibe
Welcome, to a homely discussion space in West Paris. Feel the warmth of the trendy wallpaper, pastel furniture, and parquet flooring.
Black steel pillars and beams add a trendy touch. The open plan combines a kitchen, lounge area and meeting space in one sprawling and bright space.
When it comes to amenities, they have a projector, a screen, an excellent WiFi connection and a fully equipped kitchen.
It’s a venue that can accommodate anywhere between 6 and 35 guests. Versatility is king here; the space allows for all sorts of layouts, so don’t be afraid to have fun with it.
5) Classic Wooden Discussion Space
Something about this place says sanctuary. It’s a classic wooden discussion space that offers the contradiction of serenity and industry. Maybe it’s some sort of cathedral for teamtête-à-têtes?
Look in awe at the domineering wooden beams that rise around you. Also, take time to check out the cool hanging light scheme. How about the carefully curated art pieces?
There’s a boardroom capacity of 25 people. You will have access to a kitchen, a fully equipped bar, AV equipment, and WiFi.
6) Modern Parisian Loft with Terrace
Corporate events in lofts are not only trendy but personal. Imagine the joy of working from home without the daily drudgery. And what city can boast more fabulous loft venues than Paris?
The furniture is sleek, and so is the colour scheme. The place is full of decisive and meaningful architectural lines that are a lesson in modernity and balance.
Two huge selling points are its central location and the magnificently spacious terrace.
It has a capacity of 12 people and has every amenity you could need, like flip charts, projectors, a TV, WiFi. Plus, there’s a rather grand kitchen.
7) British Style Loft for Events in Paris
A British style loft might not be the obvious choice for a discussion space in Paris. But what’s life without a surprise?
It’s a large building with architectural accents that come together to create an English club theme. Who wouldn’t be a fan of the exposed metal structure, a glass roof, and those oak floors?
As well as being a diamond for corporate events, it’s built for fun too. Fancy playing pool with your colleagues? The space is suitable for anywhere between 20 and 200 people – so you have quite a tournament on your hands.
We like the location too. It’s in the heart of the 16th arrondissement.
8) Industrial Loft Style Space
If you’re looking for a venue that isn’t afraid to throw different styles into the mix, this loft-style discussion space is an exemplary example.
You’ll see features such as the roof frames, pop art decorations, period armchairs and post-modern banisters. Further still, you’ll discover tropical flowers and exposed bricks. It’s an extravaganza of style!
It has a lounge and a presentation area, which flow together as one purpose-built corporate event venue.
Equipment-wise, the room includes all core amenities such as a TV screen with an HDMI connection and a whiteboard or flip chart.
9) Bright Multipurpose Venue in Pantin
They say that fads come and go, but true quality will last. And you’re about to step into a bright multipurpose room that has survived and thrived, unchanged, for decades.
This venue is like a living museum, where you can play out a team session in the 1970s. You can still use their WiFi with your smartphone and laptops, though – we won’t tell anyone.
The chairs and tables can be rearranged to suit your needs. You’ll have a maximum capacity of 20 people.
It has ambience, natural light and is located in the pleasant area of Pantin. What’s more to like?
10) Inspiring and Modular Discussion Space in Paris
How do you like the sound of a bright open plan space with tall ceilings and a glass roof? Well, we’ve found it. Here’s an inspiring discussion space in Paristhat is as versatile as it is pretty.
It’s located in the 8th arrondissement, which might be one of the most famous areas in the world. Enjoy iconic landmarks as the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe.
The venue comes with a kitchen, which is great for well-earned breaks and casual chats. Lastly, it comes with high-end AV equipment and a complete control room to ensure the smooth running of events.
We said this article would empower you, and we don’t feel that it was hyperbole. We’re passionate about event venues, and these are some brilliant ones. We hope you saw a discussion space in Paris that will speak to you and your team.
Not every problem-solving session is best done with a team. Sometimes a lone wolf is the best hunter. If you’re in the city, you might want to escape on your lonesome to do some work. Check out our guide to the best cafes in Paris for working.
Featured image: Modern Parisian Meeting Loft with Terrace via Eventflare
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