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Maison Le Cap in France by Pascal Grasso Architectures

Sunday, May 24th, 2015

Article source: Pascal Grasso Architectures

They are simple sky-reflecting concrete and glass cubes framed, or rather camouflaged by vegetation.

Pascal Grasso conceived a spacious vacation home that reinvents outdoors living in perfect harmony with the environment – a contextual architecture designed as an adapted response to the surrounding geography, landscape, climate and light.

Image Courtesy © Cyrille Weiner

Image Courtesy © Cyrille Weiner

  • Architects: Pascal Grasso Architectures 
  • Project: Maison Le Cap
  • Location: Var (France)
  • Photography: Cyrille Weiner
  • Program: Vacation home
  • Structural engineer: ARCORA
  • Year : 2015

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SOCIAL HOUSING AND KINDERGARTEN IN PARIS, France by GAETAN LE PENHUEL ARCHITECTES

Sunday, May 24th, 2015

Article source: GAETAN LE PENHUEL ARCHITECTES

Urban resources

Paris’s 11th arrondissement combines the city’s highest population density with one of its lowest green space totals. Set back from Boulevard Richard Lenoir, this large plot has been pre-emptively acquired by the City of Paris with a view to creating, along Impasse Truillot, a new public garden edged with social housing units and a crèche for 60 infants. The ultimate aim is a major green strip running from the forecourt of the church of Saint Ambroise to Boulevard Richard Lenoir. Whatever comes of this handsome urban project, currently awaiting the acquisition and demolition of business premises, the building fit with the size of the planned park.

Image Courtesy © Sergio Grazia

Image Courtesy © Sergio Grazia

  • Architects: GAETAN LE PENHUEL ARCHITECTES
  • Project: SOCIAL HOUSING AND KINDERGARTEN
  • Location: PARIS, France
  • Photography: Sergio Grazia
  • Client: SIEMP – VILLE DE PARIS (DFPE)
  • Partners: IRATOME
  • PROGRAMME: 14 social dwellings + 60 units kindergarten
  • Surface: 2 240 m2
  • BUDGET HT: 6.3 M€
  • Completion: DEC 2014

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DENSE CITY in Paris, France by Fresh Architectures

Thursday, May 21st, 2015

Article source: Fresh Architectures 

Our project has been designed as a unique object, both imposing and securing in comparison with the scale of the neighboring buildings. Its geometry makes it both streamlined and easy to locate. The same material has been chosen to cover the roof and the façades, which gives the building a monolithic and distinctive look. It has been treated in order to be a part of the existing urban environment. As an example, the tiles generate an interesting surface finish by producing both a mineral and monolithic effect. In addition, the glazed surface finish diminishes the deposits from the air pollution. The façades are designed to clean themselves naturally with the rain.

Image Courtesy © Axel Tilche-Dahl

Image Courtesy © Axel Tilche-Dahl

  • Architects: Fresh Architectures 
  • Project: DENSE CITY
  • Location: 147 Bd de la Villette Paris 75010, France
  • Photography: Axel Tilche-Dahl, Julien Lanoo
  • Program : 16 housing units
  • Client: SIEMP
  • Realisation: dec. 2013

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Le Tourp Cultural Center in Omonville-la-Rogue, France by Architecture Patrick Mauger

Friday, May 15th, 2015

Article source: Architecture Patrick Mauger

Located on the tip of the Cotentin peninsula, this architectural complex placed on the French supplementary historic monuments list aims to increase the number of tourists visiting the area and develop its natural and ethnological heritage.

Image Courtesy © Didier Boy de la Tour

Image Courtesy © Didier Boy de la Tour

  • Architects: Architecture Patrick Mauger
  • Project: Le Tourp Cultural Center
  • Location: Manoir du Tourp, 50440 Omonville-la-Rogue, France
  • Photography: Didier Boy de la Tour
  • Collaborators: Thierry Jourd’heuil landscape architect ,Normaprim, RFR., Hauguel & Mazier, Vareille
  • Programme: Exhibition and documentation space, offices, accommodation, restaurant
  • Client: Conservatoire du Littoral, La Hague Federation of Municipalities
  • Budget: 5.9 M€
    • Site Area: 2 300 m²
  • Status: Delivered in 2002

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La Buanderie media library in Clamart, France by architecture patrickmauger

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Article source: architecture patrickmauger

The Buanderie, built in 1893 was a service building belonging to the Ferrari Foundation. Acquired by the local authorities in 2002 to provide the setting for a multimedia library, it was placed on the French supplementary historic monuments list in 2003.

Image Courtesy © Didier Boy de la Tour / Eric Sempe

Image Courtesy © Didier Boy de la Tour / Eric Sempe

  • Architects: architecture patrickmauger 
  • Project: La Buanderie media library
  • Location: Place Ferrari, 92130 Clamart
  • Photography: Didier Boy de la Tour / Eric Sempe
  • County: Hauts-de-Seine (92)
  • Region: Ile-de-France
  • Client: Clamart City Council
  • Budget: 2,5 M€
  • Site Area: 1 800 m²
  • Status: Built / Delivered in 2006
  • Collaborators: CET engineering

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L’ETOILE EN SEINE in Paris, France by Olivier Palatre architectes

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Article source: Olivier Palatre architectes

L’Etoile en Seine offers a full experience of enjoying culture while sailing on the Seine river.
The floating equipment while be built from the restructuring of an industrial boat. The volume will be constraints by navigational constraints which means 45m long by 11m wide by 6m high. It extends over two levels, the hold level and the deck level and a large terrace on the top.

Image Courtesy © Olivier Palatre architectes

Image Courtesy © Olivier Palatre architectes

  • Architects: Olivier Palatre architectes
  • Project: L’ETOILE EN SEINE
  • Location: Seine river, Paris, France
  • Builder: étoile cinémas
  • Project year: To be built by the end of 2015

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Gisors Louise Michel and Louis Aragon high schools in France by archi5

Saturday, May 9th, 2015

Article source: archi5

The purpose here is to give a high school consistent with the city of Gisors. An institution rooted in a city of human scale and rich historical references. A city which kept his medieval past and his contemporary rural environment.

Historically the two high schools are adjacent, now closely linked by the administration and running, it is time to unite Louise Michel and Louis Aragon high schools.

Image Courtesy © Sergio Grazia

Image Courtesy © Sergio Grazia

  • Architects: archi5
  • Project: Gisors Louise Michel and Louis Aragon high schools
  • Location: Gisors, France
  • Photography: Sergio Grazia
  • Program: Rehabilitation and extension of the high schools. Restaurant, student housings, sports hall.
  • Environmental specifications: Low consumption building B Class
  • Egis Centre ouest: Economist, engineer, structure, fluid, acoustic deisgner
  • Kitchen engineer: BBN Conseils
  • Surface: 19 150 m² refurbished. 6 400 m² of new buildings
  • Cost: 24 451 497 € Excl. Tax.
  • Timetable: Competition prize winner july 2010 – Completion 2015

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50 Housing units in Limeil-Brevannes, France by BRUTHER

Thursday, May 7th, 2015

Article source: BRUTHER

The problem in the understanding of in-habitation is that it is perceived as purely utilitarian. Perceiving it as such, is to deny it of all the structural aspects it has on one’s perception and thus on one’s way of thinking. In redefining the habitat and in admitting its competitive part, one realizes that it is closely related to aesthetics. In that sense, inhabiting would contain an essential aesthetic approach. However, the question is how one can think habitation beyond its purely functional use, and instead seeing it as contemplative and thus as aesthetic? Wouldn’t it be denying its primary function of shelter and protection? In what way could inhabiting and dwelling, as a retreat from the world, be a space for reflection and contemplation of the exterior, and even be understood as privileged space?

Image Courtesy © Filip Dujardin

Image Courtesy © Filip Dujardin

  • Architects: BRUTHER
  • Project: 50 Housing units _ Limeil-Brevannes
  • Location: Limeil-Brévannes, France
  • Photography: Filip Dujardin
  • Head designer: Bruther
  • Partenaires: Evp, Michel Forgue, Cferm
  • Client: Batigère
  • Size qm: 4 000
  • Invited competition: 2013
  • Completion: 2013

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IGN and Météo France Geosciences centre in Saint-Mandé by Architecture Patrick Mauger

Sunday, May 3rd, 2015

Article source: Architecture Patrick Mauger

Description :

The IGN and Météo France Geosciences centre: a major renovation operation permitting the transformation of a 1980’s block into a Very High Energy Performance (VHEP) building with a surface area of 15,900 m².

Image Courtesy © Michel Denancé

Image Courtesy © Michel Denancé

  • Architects: Architecture Patrick Mauger
  • Project: IGN and Météo France Geo sciences centre
  • Location: 73-75, avenue de Paris, 94165 Saint-Mandé, France
  • Photography: Michel Denancé
  • Collaborators: SICRA, lead contractor; CBC Bluntzer, façade subcontractor; LEFORT FRANCHETEAU, HVAC; PHIBOR, power and lighting installations-communications installations
  • Client: French Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable development, and Energy (Ministère de l’Ecologie, du Développement durable et de l’Energie-MEDDE)
  • Programme: Offices, inter-company restaurant, commercial space, social, cultural and recreational areas
  • County: Val-de-Marne (94)   (more…)

New’R, ZAC EuroNantes Gare in Nantes, France by Hamonic+Masson & Associés architects

Sunday, May 3rd, 2015

Article source: Hamonic+Masson & Associés architects

This emblematic project in the EuroNantes quarter introduces a gradation in the way people live in the air. The lower floors come in varying kinds of outside spaces with plant bins built into the railings. The higher floors, above any obstructed views, have terraces that become big panoramic screens with winter gardens protected from winds and bad weather. The script is honed and simple. The building reflects an image of great sobriety. Encased in light-coloured metal sidings, the façades catch the light in a constantly changing play of reflected light. Work on the skyline introduces variations in forms and varying ownership of the roofs. This enables different scales of views to people looking at the building from a distance and a diversity of places for the building’s users. The design plays on the idea of movement, backgrounds and multiplicity. Architecture in cinema scope.

Image Courtesy © Hamonic+Masson & Associés architects

Image Courtesy © Hamonic+Masson & Associés architects

  • Architects: Hamonic+Masson & Associés architects
  • Project: New’R, ZAC EuroNantes Gare
  • Location: Nantes, ZAC EuroNantesGare, block 1C
  • Calendar: Under construction, completion in 2017
  • Client: Kaufman&Broad
  • Inspection body: SOCOTEC
  • Contractor: Nantes MétropoleAménagement
  • Environment: RT 2012
  • Graphics: Luxigon
  • Urban planners: Atelier Ruelle
  • Surface: 10 352 m²

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