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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Lycee Louis Bleriot Extention in Marignane, France by Christophe Gulizzi

April 27th, 2011 by Sumit Singhal

Returning to the site of my first crime, (Gymnase Louis Blériot, Nominated first work 2004), whilst never having understood why nominee and not winner, is like going on a date with your first unrequited love, or at least her sister who was prettier anyway.

Side View (Images Courtesy Vincent Fillon)

  • Architect: Christophe Gulizzi
  • Name of Project: Lycee Louis Bleriot Extention
  • Location: Marignane, France
  • Contractor : PACA Region, Michel Vauzelle.
  • Delegate contractor: AREA PACA, Louis Pesanti.
  • Credits photo : Philippe Ruault, Vincent Fillon

Side View (Images Courtesy Vincent Fillon)

  • Project manager: Jacques Savary
  • Works amount : 7 200, 000.00 € ht
  • Project area : 3 200m2
  • Companies: BEC Construction Provence
  • Key materials : precast concrete

Side View (Images Courtesy Vincent Fillon)

Urban land is without desire, void of generosity, in a situation where the institution and housing property developments confront each other. From this tête-à-tête emerges the idea of one power resisting another. The extension settles in the only available place on the plot, which outlines its layout.

Front View (Images Courtesy Philippe Ruault)

Under these conditions of residual layout –critical fate of this public facility – stratification and compressions are imposed functions. Our approach considers the school as a whole, taking into account organisation, usage and image.

Indoor Stadium (Images Courtesy Vincent Fillon)

The declension of the architectural vocabulary is the consolidation of common values forging the identity link, the high schoolers’ sense of belonging to the place and restores the high school’s image as a harmonious whole. The gymnasium’s macro mesh fencing inflects into grey treated concrete, turning into a filter.

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Vincent Fillon)

Following a simple shape, a parallelepiped, and a daring constructive course, the bearing façade is composed of precast concrete.

The architectural project is a beautiful woman whom I desire.
She must be pampered, contemplated and surprised.
Keeping desire alive, means inventing.

Images Courtesy Vincent Fillon

Interior View (Images Courtesy Philippe Ruault)

Exterior View (Images Courtesy Vincent Fillon)

Entrance (Images Courtesy Philippe Ruault)

Entrance (Images Courtesy Philippe Ruault)

Entrance (Images Courtesy Philippe Ruault)

Interior View (Images Courtesy Vincent Fillon)

Hall (Images Courtesy Philippe Ruault)

Images Courtesy Vincent Fillon

Images Courtesy Philippe Ruault

Night View (Images Courtesy Vincent Fillon)

Night View (Images Courtesy Philippe Ruault)

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