Cinéma 7 Batignolles : Ana Moussinet’s new, extravagant showcase
Interior architect Ana Moussinet was given carte blanche to revamp the design of Cinema 7 Batignolles and transform it into a one-of-a-kind community space.
The newly renovated and redecorated cinema is betting on a bright future ahead, despite the rise of streaming technologies. The Cinéma 7 Batignolles is taking part in the urban transformation of an eco-district in north-western Paris. The site has given Ana Moussinet free rein to reinvent the space and offer visitors the chance to do more than just see a single film in this temple dedicated to the seventh art.
Inside the beautiful Cinéma 7 Batignolles in Paris
This unusual approach ushers customers into an innovative space designed to look like a hotel lobby. With its indoor plant wall, this cultural centre gives spectators the impression of stepping foot into a custom community space featuring stunning materials like brass, terrazzo, and grooved concrete that create a perfect balance between colour and material.
Packed with services and technology
As part of the Grand Paris project, this cinema complex, which features seven screens and 1163 seats, offers 240 weekly showings to all audiences in optimal and unmatched viewing conditions. At the cutting-edge of technology, comfort, and services, it bills itself as a unique community space designed to deliver an incredible, immersive experience and unforgettable shows.