Settled in the Latin Quarter, the Maison Suger hosts each year close to two-hundred researchers, most of whom come to Paris for long-stays. This historical building offers thirty-three offices/living quarters (from studio to two-room) that were designed to offer occupants a fully functional and pleasant working and living environment (Wifi, television, satellite television, etc). The apartments are fully furnished with bathroom or shower and outfitted kitchen. Cleaning service is offered daily. The building also has a laundry room that occupants may use at their convenience.
The Maison Suger offers researchers: Wifi network covering the entire building, a videoconferencing room, a seminar room (large enough for forty people), smaller work rooms, as well as office equipment located in the computer lab (computers, high-speed internet, scanners, laser printer, fax and copy machine …).
Maison Suger:- Meeting room
The Maison Suger is managed by Jean-Luc Lory, CNRS, Deputy Administrator of the FMSH. It is operated by a team from the Foundation, which is in charge of coordinating and managing the building (research stays, scientific programs/activities, and reception desk).