The Musee du Louvre chose Cimlec

Published on 2009-06-05

Cimlec Industrie wins maintenance contract of high voltage points in the Napoleon Hall.

The 21-meter high Louvre Pyramid, designed by I.M. Pei, signals the main entrance to the museum.
Initially controversial but now indispensable, the Pyramid has garnered worldwide recognition as a symbol of modern Paris since its inauguration in 1989.

The purely geometric design of the pyramid is echoed by the underground Hall Napoléon, a vast reception area of beige stone and white concrete, and a model of contemporary architecture with its straight and oblique lines, triangles and pyramidions, circles and spirals.