Inspired from the luxurious Italian houses and built in the early XXth century, the Louis-Jeantet Villa is part of the architectural heritage of the Geneva landscape. Classified as an historic building in 1983, the Villa was abandoned for a long period of time before the Louis-Jeantet Foundation decided to establish its headquarters in this unique place and to totally restore the Villa.
Located in the residential area of Florissant, the Louis-Jeantet Centre opened its doors in 1998. The Centre offers both the distinction of a patrician Neo-renaissance residence and the sobriety of a contemporary Auditorium.
Next to the Villa lies the Louis-Jeantet Auditorium. Contrasting from the Villa with its contemporary style, the Auditorium and its patio surrounded by water are the result of an international architectural competition.
The Louis-Jeantet foundation would be pleased to host your future events in these exceptional premises.
Behind its neo-Renaissance facade, the Louis-Jeantet Villa displays a ground floor with a rich and eclectic decoration.
The Auditorium is accessible directly from the route de Florissant, through the patio, or from the Villa.