Posts Tagged ‘France’
Thursday, July 20th, 2017
Article source: jbmn architectes
The new bar takes place in the basement, previously unused, of the restaurant “La Maison du Sake” located rue Tiquetonne in Paris. The project proposes to occupy the small rooms by creating five thematic pieces, where you can consume the precious liquid: whiskey salon, japanese salon, tashinomi, bottle keep. Each space is characterized by its ceiling, which highlights the natural stone of the existing construction, supplemented by a minimalist and discreet furnishing, made in raw medium, metal and oak.
Image Courtesy © Yann Deret
- Architects: jbmn architectes
- Project: Whisky Bar
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: Yann Deret
- Partners : Antonio Orfino
- Team: Julien Boitard, Mike Nikaes, Marie Delles, Rémi Mendes, Médéric Morel
- Area: 210 m²
- Year: 2017
Sunday, July 16th, 2017
Article source: laisné roussel
A CONTEMPORARY AND ACTIVE CAMPUS
The Nanterre Arboretum, built for BNP Paribas Real Estate and Woodeum, designed by the François Leclercq and laisné roussel architecture firms, provides a new way of working and conducting business. Firmly focused on environmental quality and integration of new ways of working, the Arboretum will be the largest project ever built from solid wood, worldwide. Construction for this project is set to start in 2018, with the objective of transforming an industrial wasteland into a 136,000 m² campus set in 9 hectares of parkland next to the Seine. The project as a whole is also the largest services sector project under development in Île-de-France.
Image Courtesy © laisné roussel
- Architects: laisné roussel
- Project: La Défense District
- Location: Nanterre, France
- Contractor: Woodeum, BNP Paribas Immobilier
- Project Manager: Paul Laigle, Vânia Leandro
- Project team: Leticia Martinez Velasco, Hugo Chevassus, Elisa Vernazza, Guillaume Baillard, Alejandro Sahuquillo, Cécile Villerio, Alexandre Lezé, Delphine Baldé, Jérôme Couatarmanach
- BET: Terrell (structure), Barbanel (Fluids)
- Landscaper: BASE
- Perspective: Virgin Lemon, Weiss images, Morph, Vincent Vacker
- Area: 136,000 m²
- Status: Building permit application sent
Sunday, July 16th, 2017
Article source: JACQUES FERRIER ARCHITECTURE
Located in Soissons close by the famous Saint Jean-de-la Vigne abbey, the new 600 space capacity “Les Yeux Verts” multi-storey car park is fundamental to the project redeveloping the Gouraud barracks into a modern business park.
Image Courtesy © JACQUES FERRIER ARCHITECTURE
- Architects: JACQUES FERRIER ARCHITECTURE
- Project: Parking of Soissons
- Location: Soissons, France
- Client: Communauté d’Agglomération du Soissonnais
- Project Manager: Stéphane Vigoureux
- Team: Emmanuel Coudert ( project leader), Corentin Lespagnol ( image conception), David Juhel, Harold Chaveneau
- Landscape designer: Agence TER
- Signage: Laboratoire IRB Ruedi Baur
Wednesday, July 12th, 2017
Article source: Freaks architecture
The project is located on the west coast of France, in the Cotentin region, where came waves of vikings from the 9th century.
FREAKS has been commissioned to refurbish a preexisting concrete fishing shack built in the 50’s on a rock, on the beach, facing the sea. Its dimensions and ratio are exactly the same as Henry David Thoreau’s log cabin in Walden, 3 meters per 4, 12m2.
Image Courtesy © Jules Couartou
- Architects: Freaks architecture
- Project: Viking seaside summer cabin
- Location: Fermanville, Normandy, France
- Photography: Jules Couartou
Friday, July 7th, 2017
Article source: MVRDV
Designed to fully exploit this exceptional location, Ilot Queyries’ facades adapt to their opposite views towards the River Garonne and the historic city. The plan aims to reflect the qualities of Bordeaux World Heritage Site city centre whilst adding new qualities. Emblematic of the masterplan are facades with 45° angles which are used as a tool to generate maximum ventilation, daylight and sun. These angles have also opened the possibilities to create innovative housing. The larger building at the riverfront will have a distinct gold-splashed façade, whilst different shades of ceramic tiles, give a textured effect from top to bottom. The glass-fronted rooftop restaurant offers panoramic views of the historic city and river. At the heart of this collective dwellings is its large public courtyard with a garden of alder, birch and high grasses.
Image Courtesy © MVRDV
- Architects: MVRDV
- Project: Ilot Queyries
- Location: Quai de Queyries, Bordeaux, France
- Client: Kaufman & Broad, ADIM
- Co- architects: Flint
- Design team: Winy Maas, Jacob van Rijs. Nathalie de Vries with Jeroen Zuidgeest, Nils Christa, Marie Saladin, Thomas Boerendonk, Roxana Aaron, Marco Gazzola, Adam Mierzwa, Florian Hoanen and Antoine Ceunebroucke
- Vizulisation: Antonio Luca Coco, Paolo Mossa Idra, Kirill Emelianov, Tomaso Maschietti and Constanza Cuccato
- Landscape Design: Sabine Haristoy
- Year: 2014+
Wednesday, July 5th, 2017
Article source: Mateo Arquitectura
In the Garonne river port, Bassins à flot, Bordeaux.
As though washed up here by nearby waters, rises the hulk of the World War II submarine base.
Image Courtesy © Luc Boegly
- Architects: Mateo Arquitectura
- Project: Bassins à flot
- Location: Block B9 Bàssins-à-flot, Bordeaux (France)
- Photography: Luc Boegly and Jean-François Tremege
- Software used: Autocad
- Author: Josep Lluís Mateo – mateoarquitectura
- Client: Kaufman & Broad
- Project leader: Laurent Baudelot
- Project team: Till von Mackensen, Blanca Lora-Tamayo, Èlia Canadell, Maria Güell, Sara Dordas, Àlex
Vilar, Marta Gual, Anna Profitós, Lu Xiao, José G. Perpiñá, Frédéric Géraud, Mireia Luzárraga
- Site management: Xavier Monclús
- Surface: 30,000 m2 of urban planning and 10,000 m2 of housing block
- Project: 2010-2011
- Construction: 2012-2016
Tuesday, July 4th, 2017
Article source: v2com
The original commission aimed for a fishermen facility made of 20 workshops. But after in-depth analysis of the site, its history, and the municipality needs; BuzzoSpinelliArchitecture proposed to enhance the program by adding a sales area and an urban space.
Following their lead, the general contractor wished to complete this program with an office for the fisherman, another one for the SNSM, and a community hall.
White concrete acroterion stand out against the background with its whiteness and bring depth to the project, Image Courtesy © Serge Demailly
- Architects: Buzzo Spinelli Architecture
- Project: L’Ortu Duzzi
- Location: Bonifacio, France
- Photography: Serge Demailly
- General contractor: Bonifacio’s municipality
- Project management: BuzzoSpinelli Architecture – architects
- Structural engineers: ISB, BET
- Mechanical engineers: B52, BET
Thursday, June 29th, 2017
Article source: Brenac & Gonzalez et Associés
Based on a quest for a powerful identity and an effort to weave important links with the city, this new development stage of the Zac Paris Rive Gauche is designed to complete an urban repurposing initiated almost 20 years ago.
Building next to an urban void always poses exceptional challenges. The lot on the city block A11, free of adjacent buildings, faces urban arteries which also structure it, while also offering views of the railyard landscape, a river of rails and catenaries bestowing an obvious urban poetry upon the site, in which different strata of the city intermingle.
Image Courtesy © Stefan Tuchila
- Architects: Brenac & Gonzalez et Associés
- Project: BE OPEN – A11
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: Stefan Tuchila and Sergio Grazia
- Client: Vinci Immobilier
- General contractor: Csb
- Developer: Semapa
- Utilities engineering office/Environmental consulting: Alto Ingenierie
- Acoustics: Avls
- Structural engineering office: Terell Group
Wednesday, June 28th, 2017
Article source: Encore Heureux architectes
Hutchinson opened its 507 Fab House a year ago. This research and innovation center is located at the group’s historic factory in Chalette-sur-Loing, two hours south of Paris. The architecture office of Encore Heureux undertook a complete renovation of this building, whose metal framework was designed and built by Gustave Eiffel in 1869.
The 507 Fab House is a High-tech and digital place but Hutchinson wanted it to be simple, convivial, warm, modular and different. The building’s exterior is intentionally understated to blend into the industrial environment.
Image Courtesy © Cyrus Cornut
- Architects: Encore Heureux architectes (Julien Choppin and Nicola Delon)
- Project: 507 Fab House
- Location: Rue Gustave Nourry, 45120 Châlette-sur-Loing, France
- Photography: Cyrus Cornut, Philippe Rouault and Rémy-Pierre Ribière
- Client: Hutchinson (Aurore Bardon, Director of the 507 project and Christian Leys, construction manager)
- Project manager: Margot Cordier, assistée de Jordan Weisberg & Ariane Francescato
- Program manager: François Guiguet (Aubry et Guiguet Programmation)
- Interior design for the kitchen and the Hut: Véronique Bertholon
Wednesday, June 28th, 2017
Article source: Bernard Desmoulin Architecte
The architect’s statement
This little wooden building is seemingly more a line on a strech of water than an architectural structure.
Located on a lake, in the french region of the Vexin, this conference room becomes part of the majesty of this place of peace, harmony and calmness.
Its shape reminds of timeless vernacular architecture, using the familiar language of a fisherman’s house on slits. Just like the choice of the materials.
Image Courtesy © Bernard Desmoulin Architecte
- Architects: Bernard Desmoulin Architecte
- Project: Conference Room at The Moulin De La Forge
- Location: Vexin, France
- Programm: Conference room (300 sqm) on the lake of the Moulin de la Forge in Vaumain (FR – 60)
- Construction: January/August 2016