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Norman Foster, Private Guided Tour (in English), Members-Only, Centre Pompidou - Saturday, July 1st, 2023, 11:15 am

  • 01 Jul 2023
  • 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Centre Pompidou
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  • One couple member. Please add other spouse as a guest (at member rate).

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invites you to a private guided tour (in English) of


Norman Foster

British Architect & Designer

Sir Norman Foster, knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1999, has achieved what no other architect has before him: a coveted exhibition space in Centre Pompidou's most prestigious Gallery 1. Showcasing 100+ architecture and design projects in all their grandeur, the architect's larger than life work, pun intended, is displayed over 2,000m2, presenting a large range of drawings, workbooks and multiple scale models and prototypes.

Complementing Foster's work, a carefully curated selection of modern and contemporary art underscores the degree to which they were markers of decisive aesthetic periods for Norman Foster. As an architect of networks, transport and exchange systems and organs of communication, Foster has always sought to place the idea of environmental control at the heart of his creations. 

© Janeth Garcia Rodriguez / Centre Pompidou

Closely associated with the development of high-tech architectureNorman Foster is recognised as a key figure in British modernist architecture. His architectural firm Foster + Partners, first founded in 1967 as Foster Associates, is the largest in the UK, and maintains offices internationally. He is the president of the Norman Foster Foundation, created in 2017, to promote interdisciplinary thinking and research to help new generations of architects, designers and urbanists to anticipate the future. Foster was awarded the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize in 1999.

Apple Park Headquarter, Cupertino, CA

© Steve Proehl

Register now for this private guided tour (in English) and be one of the first to view this extraordinary retrospective dedicated to one of the most prominent and avant-garde architects of our time!

Saturday, July 1st, 2023

Meet at 11:15 am, tour begins at 11:30 am sharp and ends around 1:00 pm

Centre Pompidou

Place Georges-Pompidou

75004 Paris

Only 15 places available*

Members: € 20.00

Non-Members: € 30.00

Register Now! 

* Waitlist available!

Optional Luncheon:

Following the visit, a group lunch will be organized for those interested. Stay tuned for details. 

To learn more about the artist ahead of our visit, we invite you to:

Listen to the Podcast

Visit Foster & Partners Website

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