BNF: François – Mitterand
The National Library of France : François – Mitterand
Located the13th arrondissement of Paris, nicknamed the new Latin Quarter, La Bibliothèque Nationale de France : François Mitterrand.
Open since 1996 to the general public, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France designed by architect Dominique Perrault in a style known as minimalist contemporary architecture with its glass towers symbolising four open books placed at the four corners of the library.
More than 54,000 square metres of reading rooms, 60,000 square metres of esplanade and 57,000 square metres of shops enough to impress your guests in the most tranquil of settings.
|Hall of the Globes (1,200m2)||–||350||800||–|
|East Hall (1,200 m2)||–||350||800||–|
|Belvedere (600 m2)||–||200||300||–|
|Auditorium (600 m2)||–||344||–|