Mairie de Monaco unveils stylish new high-tech meeting room for Municipal Council

Mayor of Monaco Georges Marsan and his fellow members of the Municipal Council have inaugurated their new custom-designed meeting room at the Town Hall.

The project, which was 10 months in the making, was realised by the Municipal Technical Services Department with the help of local construction companies. 

At the grand unveiling on 14th May, Mayor Marsan welcomed those gathered with a speech that heaped praise upon the new facility, stating it was a “project aimed at improving working and reception conditions while preserving the soul of this place”.  

The meticulously designed space features neutral walls and furnishings, soft lighting and elegant fixtures. A large oval table with a smoked oak veneer sits in the centre of the room, surrounded by padded swivel chairs and beautifully framed black and white photos of Mairie de Monaco-sponsored events and municipal sites. 

Monaco’s Municipal Council held its inaugural meeting in the new space on 14th May. Photo credit: Mairie de Monaco

The room is not only stunning to look at, but also practical. It can be managed entirely by remote control, meaning that lighting, air conditioning, heating, video and sound can all be adjusted with the press of a button, and there are 23 retractable screens for better viewings of presentations.  

François Lallemand, Deputy Delegate for Municipal Technical Services, said, “It is an honour for me to present to you today the result of so many collective efforts to obtain this setting, worthy of our Institution […] which must always be welcoming, anchored in our traditions while being at the forefront of the environmental and technical values that we hold.” 


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Photo credit: Mairie de Monaco