Paris Olympic Bid Narration

Paris (75)

Stratégie Métropolitaine, 2017

The road to the Paris Olympics

 

The 2024 Olympic Games will be held in the heart of the Paris metropolis, equidistant between the city’s two international airports, Roissy Charles De Gaulle and Orly, and the two internationally renowned tourist sites, Versailles and Disneyland Paris.

The event will take place against an impressive geographical backdrop – the meander of the Seine River on which Paris was founded two thousand years ago.

Logically focused on the river and its canals, the Olympic sites will form a huge natural, easy-to-read ring.

Uniting a host of elements, the route will celebrate the historic heart of the French capital and reveal other sectors at the cutting edge of contemporary transformations.

To host the sporting events, Parisians will share their most advanced facilities and most enchanting historical monuments.

For the comfort of athletes, journalists and members of the public, the sites will be close to one another, linked by the densest public transport system in the world, and accessible on foot or by boat.

Based very largely on existing infrastructure and soft mobility networks, the event will not be ecologically costly.

The spectacle of the City of Light transcended by sport of the highest level, its values mirrored by those of the Olympic movement, will be offered to the whole world.

Visitors to Paris will enjoy the sensual experience of a metropolis they can appropriate and in which they will be able to walk, swim, and enjoy sport.

Project owner
GIP Paris 2024

Date
Début des études Mai 2016

Mission
AMO pour la narration des sites et infrastructures de la candidature

Partenaires
Agence François Leclercq
Frederic Gilli (Campana Eleb Sablic)
Soline Nivet
Nicolas Detrie (Yes We Camp)
Project owner
GIP Paris 2024

Date
Début des études Mai 2016

Mission
AMO pour la narration des sites et infrastructures de la candidature

Partenaires
Agence François Leclercq
Frederic Gilli (Campana Eleb Sablic)
Soline Nivet
Nicolas Detrie (Yes We Camp)