In the midst of the Manufacture’s 27 workshops and in a manner respecting the site’s 120 craftsmen and technicians, extraordinary spaces can be made available for diverse film and photo shoots.
The Sèvres Museum and its collections, the Pavillon Pompadour surrounded by its large 3,700 m2 park and the offices, classrooms and meeting rooms of the on-site training centre can also serve as out-of-the-ordinary settings.
Enclosed by a wall and accessible via two gated entrances, the site comprises buildings and streets, where shoots with cars can be authorized.
Specially constructed by the French state during the 19th century, this unique architectural ensemble was inaugurated in 1876. Today listed as a historic monument, it represents a perfectly preserved and maintained industrial heritage site.
Easily accessible, the spacious site also accommodates technical and logistical equipment (food trucks, mobile dressing rooms, etc.).