The situation has changed. It is no longer a question of building buildings for a short-term event, even one of global scope such as the Olympic and Paralympic Games, and then demolishing them. Most of the venues selected to host the summer 2024 sporting events already exist, 90%. Some will be renovated, modernized, all will be reused. As for the new constructions planned for the athletes' and media villages, this is where reversibility comes in. The idea is to anticipate the change in use by designing projects that can evolve over time.
In order to achieve this, "dual state" building permits have been put in place. This means that there is a temporary function and a long-term function. The provisional is an Olympic and Paralympic village that will welcome during the summer of 2024, 14,250 athletes, 6000,200 para-athletes and their companions of <> nationalities, delegations, with studios, meeting rooms ...
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