Our proposal for the scenography of the History of the Paralympics exhibition is based on four key aspects:
1. Grounding the scenography within the neoclassical architectural framework of the Pantheon, a Parisian monument dedicated to great men and women of the French Republic.
2. Embodying a pleasure-driven popular language as a unifying principle, making architecture accessible to everyone, rather than solely to the specialists and connoisseurs.
3. Rethinking the existing architecture through an inflated floor to propose an alternative reality where accessibility benefits all.
4. Encouraging public involvement in the scenography by providing an overview of the journey and a direct translation of the exhibition corpus through colors and tactile elements.
The culmination of these principles manifests as an enticing and immersive form that seamlessly aligns with the Pantheon's heritage while honoring the guidelines established by the exhibition's scientific committee.