We provided a wide range of entertainment for a congress that happened in Roubaix, France.
The congress took place at a venue called “La Condition Publique”. La Condition Publique was erected at the initiative of the Chamber of Commerce in 1902 to measure the moisture content of wool and cotton in order to establish quality and prices.
Created by the architect Albert Bouvy, the building features a 224-metre façade, upon which alternating plain and enamelled bricks illustrate the attention paid to the building’s décor during its construction. Inside, two vast halls are linked by a covered roadway.
La Condition Publique is now a venue for artistic creation and diffusion.