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Did you know that the buildings where BNP Paribas teams work are full of history? By turns they have seen important persons, have been witnesses of major historic and economic events, stamped milestones of the architectural history or housed prestigious art collections. From the civil wedding of Napoléon at 3 rue d’Antin in Paris to the prestigious artists of the 14 rue Bergère in Paris, enter BNP Paribas Group architectural heritage backstage.

At the forefront of History

The buildings where BNP Paribas teams work are full of history. By turns they have seen important persons, have been witnesses of major historical and economic events. From the civil wedding of Napoléon and Joséphine de Beauharnais at 3 rue d’Antin in Paris to the communication campaign in favour of State loans during WWI at 2 Opéra in Paris, look back at the events that have stamped the Group’s history.

At the cutting edge of modernity

BNP Paribas buildings took advantage of the latest technical innovations regarding public works. Thus, pneumatic circuits that conveyed documents between levels at 14 rue Bergère in Paris, the choice of reinforced concrete at 16 boulevard des Italiens in Paris are few examples illustrating the way the bank has integrated the last innovations.

At the cutting edge of modernity

The mosaist Giandomenico Facchina, the decorator Raymond Subes or Louis Majorelle are among the artists who have designed the esthetic of BNP Paribas buildings. Discover the various decor of the Group’s built heritage with Christiane de Fleurieu, from Archives & History department.

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