The Flamme Eternelle is a space inside the Palais de Tokyo located in Paris, put together by Thomas Hirshhorn. His goal with the area is to provide a section for people to talk, ponder and discuss a variety of issues and topics.
To encourage this interaction, Hirshhorn has also included a bar serving cheaper drinks, as well as computers in case anything needs to be looked up. The interesting part about his design is how everything is made up of disposed material such as tires and cardboard. The space will also be used for performance too, as the microphone is set up for poets or writers to share their stories and art pieces with the crowd of people in the room.
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