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Future Mayor Plans To Turn Paris’ Abandoned Subways Into Entertainment Venues

Future Mayor Plans To Turn Paris’ Abandoned Subways Into Entertainment Venues
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Mayoral candidate Nathalie Kosciusk-Morizet has proposed to turn the city's ghost stations into a restaurant, nightclub, and even a theater.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 4 february 2014

Nathalie Kosciusk-Morizet, mayoral candidate for Paris, has revealed her proposal for plans to transform some of the city’s abandoned subway stations or “ghost stations” into entertainment venues for the locals and tourists.

Paris architect Manal Rachdi and architectural planner Nicolas Laisné designed several projects that will help Parisians reclaim these abandoned spaces and put them to good use.

Some of the imagined projects include a theater, a swimming pool, a restaurant, and a club.

If elected, Kosciusk-Morizet also plans to launch a co-creation platform to encourage Parisians to submit their own proposals for the underground spaces.

Check out some of the proposed spaces below:

NKM

Source: melty buzz, le Bonbon

Images: NKM

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