Visit Preparation Centre: synergy between Paysalia and Rocalia 2017

The Paysalia and Rocalis shows took place at the same time, 5, 6 and 7 of december 2017. At this occasion, some partner exhibitors realized the visit preparation centre, created by Sophie Labouré, architect-landscaper (FFP) in collaboration with Martin Muriot and Yanick Lasica (FFPPS). We wanted to thank them all for their great collaboration !

Visit Preparation Centre: synergy between Paysalia and Rocalia 2017
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The Paysalia and Rocalis shows took place at the same time, 5, 6 and 7 of december 2017. At this occasion, some partner exhibitors realized the visit preparation centre, created by Sophie Labouré, architect-landscaper (FFP) in collaboration with Martin Muriot and Yanick Lasica (FFPPS). We wanted to thank them all for their great collaboration !

Presentation of the visit preparation centre

Before everything, it’s a place where visitors can prepare themselves before visiting the shows. Ideally located at the entrance of Eurexpo, that place is born because of the synergy between two industries :

  • The landscaping, with the Fédération Française du Paysage (FFP) and FHPHP.
  • The natural stone, with the Fédération Française des Professionnels de la Pierre Sèche (FFPPS)

The idea was to transport the visitor in a winter landscape. For that, it has been organize with lot of colors, textures and shapes. The plant comes with stones and they go perfectly together.

The partners

 

 

But also the school of landscaping – Grenoble Saint Ismier, with its students and teachers.

Sophie Labouré : creator of the Visit Preparation Centre

The passion of Sophie for landscaping can be seen trough her education. A vocational baccalaureat in landscape and then a bachelor of architect – landscape. She worked as a teaching assistant in architecture and as a communication officer.

That’s why, naturally, she answer the request of FFP to create and coordinate the visit preparation centre for Paysalia and Rocalia 2017.

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We would like to congratulate everyone for the work that has been done. Brilliantly you put your skills together to offer to the visitors a warm welcoming. Moreover, perfecly showed the complimentarity between plants and stones. Thanks again for that experience !

Photo credits : Elisabeth Rull

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