About 100 artists, musicians and artisans fill a building known as Le Doc with their work.
PARIS — On a frigid evening in December, about 30 jewelry artisans gathered over drinks to talk shop, as they have been doing once a month for several years now.
The venue was a courtyard and atelier in a sprawling four-level brick building with two wings and even windowless basement spaces, totaling about 32,000 square feet. Until 2006, it was a technical high school, but since 2015 it has been the creative home for about 100 artists, musicians, artisans, couture dressmakers and other makers.
It is called Le Doc, a play on its location on the
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