INTERNATIONAL COALITION FOR THE PRESERVATION OF PARIS

  • Save the Unique Architectural
    and Planning Traditions of Paris

  • Support Our Mission

  • Without Popular Support, City Hall Wants Skyscrapers

    . . . And Our Campaigns.

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    for Tours and Events

     

  • Help Us Promote the Architectural
    and Planning Traditions of Paris

  • Support the Urbanity of Paris

Thank you for helping Paris.

The International Coalition for the Preservation of Paris is a 501(c)(3) organization.
All gifts are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
The address for checks:
International Coalition for the Preservation of Paris
P.O. Box 1308 Gracie Station
New York, NY 10028-0010


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The International Coalition for the Preservation of Paris (ICPP) celebrates and promotes the traditions of
architectural beauty and compact urbanism that make Paris a model for cities worldwide.

icon We recognize that Paris is in peril. We must take action. The most urgent challenge is that the mayor and developers plan to build twelve skyscraper projects around the gates of this ancient city, one of the last major world cities to preserve its low horizon. Indeed, one skyscraper is already visible from the middle of Paris. Our book of essays by Parisians and others makes a powerful argument against skyscrapers and coordinates with the work of opponents inside Paris. But we need funds to see our book through the press. Our many other plans include organizing a conference, in Paris, on towers in European cities, tentative date in March, 2018. For the sake of Paris, we need your help.

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PARIS WITHOUT SKYSCRAPERS Press Release for the Book

CLICK IMAGE TO SEE VIDEO. SAVING THE BEAUTY OF PARIS: IN FORTHCOMING BOOK 49 EXPERTS PROMOTE THE TRADITIONAL URBANISM AND ARCHITECTURE OF...

September 5, 2020

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PARIS WITHOUT SKYSCRAPERS Suggested Interview Questions

Download ICPP’s Radio One-Pager TKTK 1. What inspired you to become involved in preservation in Paris? 2. Paris has existed for...

September 4, 2020

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