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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.

Residence for searchers in LYON, France by François Scali Architecture

 
October 27th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: François Scali Architecture

The building located in Lyon is a residence for researchers and programming of the consultation (won in 2010) clarified the role that he must have identification in the Gerland district undergoing urban transformation.

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

The strong identity and emblematic of this residence is expressed first by simple geometry of two blocks of different nature, stacked without touching and giving the impression of being detached from one another.

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

The primary concern in the design was to address the problem of definition of a mixed urban object, both inserted into a mesh and a plot street, isolated after a park, asking the question underpinned readings on several scales.

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

The effect of levitation obtained by the separation of the two blocks of different nature, one on the other is obtained by a structural cantilever over six meters camouflaged in a form of aluminum hull. The swaying controlled by the combination of conflicting alignments (from the street, the square and the firefighter route), gives a feeling of independence or even rotation.

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

Image Courtesy © François Scali Architecture

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