The Cavoise

Louis Ogier, Marquis of Cavoye, a boyhood friend and confidant of Louis XIV, obtained permission to have his own chapel and its bell, ‘La Cavoise’ established in the outbuildings of the Château de Voisins, of which he was one of the earliest owners.

The Cavoise, a legendary part of the Campus, is today synonymous with conviviality.

Unusual meeting rooms

Rooms that make ideas grow ....

The Loft

Area of ​​130 m² / for up to 49 people

Refrigerator (soft drinks) Refrigerator (soft drinks)
Coffee machine Coffee machine
Tea bar Tea bar
Blackboard for presentations (chalk) Blackboard for presentations (chalk)
2 plasma screens 2 plasma screens
Portable video projector/beamer on request Portable video projector/beamer on request
Laptop Laptop
Flipchart Flipchart

Le Grenier 

Superficie de 63 m² / jusqu’à 19 personnes

Refrigerator (soft drinks) Refrigerator (soft drinks)
Coffee machine Coffee machine
Tea bar Tea bar
Laptop Laptop
Screen with stand Screen with stand
Portable video projector/beamer on request Portable video projector/beamer on request
Flipchart Flipchart

Catering

Take advantage of the configuration of this building to organise
your after-work social gatherings or finger food lunches ...

afterworks

Leisure & relaxation

The Cavoise bar

The recently renovated Cavoise bar is the ideal place on the Campus for your evenings. It can be reserved for your exclusive use on request.

The billiard room

Try your hand at American or French billiards and enjoy the many games at your disposal.

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