COLOR MANIFESTO, from October 19, 2013 to January 19, 2014, at L’Atelier Renault on the Champs Elysées in Paris.
Young visitors will be able to develop their creativity by taking part in the "concept car model" workshop. Every day, they will have an opportunity to colour in and assemble paper models of four concept cars.
While the kids are busy, their parents will be able to have a souvenir photo taken in a photo booth decked out in the exhibition colours. They will also be able to test their photographic talent as part of a photocall. Further, between December 1 and 25, we will have the honour of welcoming Santa Claus, for some unforgettable photos with our younger visitors.
Foodies will be able to give their taste buds a colourful treat with the new menu designed to reflect the exhibition. Visitors can take a seat above a wave of light and enjoy a series of colourful cocktails and dishes while enjoying a unique view of the most beautiful avenue in the world.
The boutique is also lit up for the event. For the first time, you will be able to find items by bilum, an eco-responsible brand that makes colourful, attractive bags and accessories out of recycled airbags and seatbelts. And if you fall in love with one of our concept cars, you will be able to buy a miniature at a special price of €29 during the exhibition, compared with €50 normally, or one of the tee-shirts from the "concept car" range created by Renault Design.
In June 2011, L'Atelier Renault reopened its doors, completely renovated, with a new image, a new catering concept and new services.The mission of L’Atelier Renault, Renault's prestige showroom on the Champs Elysées in the heart of Paris, is to showcase the brand's savoir-faire and the different domains in which it excels.It also enables Renault to forge a special, convivial bond with the three million visitors who walk through its doors each year.L'Atelier Renault opened on November 8, 2000 on what had been the site of another of the brand's legendary venues since 1963, the Pub Renault. Rapidly becoming a landmark on the Champs-Élysées, Pub Renault welcomed locals and tourists from all over the world until 1999. Louis Renault himself had purchased the original building on the Champs-Elysées in 1910.In March 2009, L'Atelier Renault topped the 20 million visitor mark since its inauguration!In September 2010, Renault celebrated the centenary of its presence on the Champs Elysées.