Danish House in Paris

Paris, France

Danish House in Paris

House of Denmark (French: Maison du Danemark, Danish: Danmarkshuset), on 142 Champs-脡lys茅es in Paris, France, is a building which houses exhibition space used for the presentation of Danish culture and commercial interests. The main venue of the house is the Salle du Danemark on the second floor. It also contains a Danish restaurant on the ground floor and office space rented out for international companies.

The idea for a House of Denmark abroad was conceived after the Brussels International Exposition in 1935 where Thyse Hvass represented Denmark with his single-family houses. The plans were delayed by the coming of World War II but in 1948 the Danish state acquired the l'H么tel Subiran on Champs-脡lys茅es.



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