On the Historical Monuments registry since the 80’s, le Carreau du Temple is an old covered market built in 1863. After 4 years of intense renovation directed by architect Jean-François Milou, it will open its doors to the public on April 25. The redesigned space is divided into different zones and will host living art shows, contemporary or ecological art, fashion shows, concerts, exhibits, and theatrical plays. The underground floor features spaces dedicated to sport and dance, where Parisians will be able to enjoy classes. The ground floor will have a bar with a terrace to enjoy the first rays of sunshine, as well as a boutique. In addition to all these events and attractions, le Carreau du Temple is also worth a visit for its attractive late 19th century industrial architecture, and its 8-meter tall main window.