This Tuesday, May 14, at the end of the day, Mayor Georges Marsan, surrounded by members of the Municipal Council and several representatives of Monegasque construction companies, inaugurated the new council room of the Monaco Town Hall.

In his welcome speech, Mayor Georges Marsan made it clear that this is a “project aimed to improve working and reception conditions while preserving the soul of this place” and, after nearly 10 months of work carried out by the Municipal Technical Services, “this double ambition has been fully achieved.”

This new custom-designed space has a careful design, thought out in its entirety between the floor, the joinery, the lighting and the furniture. The room is dominated by a large table in the shape of a drop of water, made of real smoked oak veneer and fitted with a luminous cornice, a “reinforced symbol of the unity of our Institution”, according to Mayor Marsan.

Meanwhile, large frames with black and white photos of the various municipal sites and major events organised by the Town Hall have been affixed to the walls.

To conclude, Mayor Georges Marsan wanted to thank and pay special tribute to François Lallemand, his deputy and the Delegate for Municipal Technical Services, before giving him the floor; “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.”

(Original Source Monaco Town Hall Press Service)

Images courtesy of the Monaco Town Hall and Benjamin Vergély