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Atrium Housing in Bordeaux, France by ANMA

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

Article source: ANMA 

L’Atrium housing development

Part of the Bassins à Flot urban development plan, this operation contributes to the cohabitation of mixed-use blocks with preserved or new commercial buildings.

Designed in a live-in warehouse style, the 345 apartments are housed in two 10-metre deep buildings laid out in parallel either side of a shared covered garden. Both buildings are double aspect, facing east and west. Access is via four lobbies and passageways and gangways that cross the atrium.

Image Courtesy © Cyrille Weiner

  • Architects: ANMA
  • Project: Atrium Housing
  • Location: 10 rue Achard 33 300 Bordeaux – FRANCE
  • Photography: Cyrille WeinerDenis Lacharme, Rodolphe Escher
  • Lead Architects: ANMA – Agence Nicolas Michelin & Associés, Nicolas Michelin / Cyril Trétout / Michel Delplace
  • Team Anma: Hélène GALIFER, Ronan LE HYARIC, Bruno ISAMBERT, Matthieu MIQUEL
  • Client: Nexity & domofrance
  • BET Fluid and HQE: Alto

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Saint-Isidore School Group Extension in Nice, France by ANMA

Monday, March 19th, 2018

Article source: ANMA

The Saint-Isidore district is within the scope of the Operation of National Interest of the Plaine du Var, the site is therefore part of the project of eco-valley that puts sustainable development at the top of the concerns of the mastery of work as mastery of work.

Image Courtesy © Vincent Fillon

  • Architects: ANMA
  • Project: Saint-Isidore School Group Extension
  • Location: 7 Avenue Angélique Braquet 06200 Nice, France
  • Photography: Vincent Fillon
  • Team: Valérie Dubois, Hélène Galifer, Etienne Challet-Hayard, Antoine Carrel, Hélène Dupont, Virginie Mira, Alessio Loffredo, Kevin Viel
  • Client: City of Nice / Direction des bâtiments communaux
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 5 544 m² SHON / 8 130 m² Shob
  • Completion Year: 2017

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Narbonne’s museum of antiquities tops out in France by Foster + Partners

Friday, March 16th, 2018

Article source: Foster + Partners

The president of the Région Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée, Carole Delga, in the presence of the Mayor of Narbonne, Didier Mouly and the President of the Metropole of Narbonne, Jacque Bascou, visited the new museum of antiquities in Narbonne to mark the completion of the building envelope. This was also the first opportunity for invited members of the press and elected officials to visit the site of what will be one of the most significant cultural projects in the region.

Image Courtesy © Foster + Partners

  • Architects: Foster + Partners
  • Project: Narbonne’s museum of antiquities tops out
  • Location: Narbonne, France
  • Photography: Aaron Hargreaves, Nigel Young

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New Ministry of Defense in Paris, France by ANMA

Friday, March 16th, 2018

Article source: ANMA

The new Ministry of Defence building  is a complex operation due to its dual urban and architectural nature. It is located on a 16.5-hectare site divided into three plots: the Victor plot to the east (8.5 hectares) is home to the Cité de l’Air, whose buildings have been either demolished or rehabilitated; the central Valin plot (8 hectares) is occupied by the ministry’s main building, and the western Corne Ouest plot is given over to a commercial real estate programme.

ANMA was tasked with coordinating the three plots, building the ministry’s main building (146,500 m²) and restructuring the Perret building on the Valin plot, as well as constructing two buildings on the Victor plot.

Image Courtesy © Cécile Septet / R. Nicolas-Nelson and Armée de l’Air / Laurent Zylberman

  • Architects: ANMA
  • Project: New Ministry of Defense
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photography: Cécile Septet / R. Nicolas-Nelson_ Armée de l’Air / Laurent Zylberman
  • Team: Jean-Pierre Buisson, Simon Barthélémy, Cecilia Bertozzi, Henry Gagnaire, Gérald Sellier
  • Project Company: Opal Defense.
  • Members of the consortium design realization: – Bouygues Bâtiment Île-de-France, a Paris-based subsidiary of Bouygues Construction and agent of the group.

    • Thales Communication & Security

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House of Ile-de-France by ANMA

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Article source: ANMA

First home built at the Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris for 48 years, it is also the first concrete realization of the major campus development project. While continuing its humanist project, the Cité internationale is increasing its capacity by creating 10 new homes (1,800 new homes) and is adapting to the expectations of international students in the 21st century by modernizing its infrastructures and services by 2025.

Image Courtesy © Cécile Septet

  • Architects: ANMA
  • Project: House of Ile-de-France
  • Location: International University City of Paris, France
  • Photography: Cécile Septet
  • Team: Marie Alléaume, David Cote, Emmanuel Vinet, Jean-Jacques Chagnaud (Construction site)
  • Clients:

    • Ile-de-France Region, Development Unit
    • Directorate of Research, Innovation and Higher Education
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot):

    • 5 901 m² SHON
    • 5 205 m² (SDP)
    • 3114 m² (Surface Habitable)
  • Completion Year: 2017

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Courthouse in Limoges, France by ANMA

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

Article source: ANMA 

The district courts (TGI), instance and trade Limoges are now grouped in a new courthouse, which opened to the public in June 2016.

Located in downtown Winston-Churchill Square, it is close to the historic Palace of Aine Square, which retains the Court of Appeal, joined in June by the Regional Administrative Service (following the move from the TGI to the new building). Officials and magistrates of all the courts thus benefit from a modern and comfortable building, at the height of their missions and the expectations of the litigants.

Image Courtesy © Sergio Grazia

  • Architects: ANMA
  • Project: Courthouse
  • Location: 23 Place Winston Churchill / 87 000 Limoges, France
  • Photography: Sergio Grazia
  • TEAM ANMA: Hélène Galifer, Alice Perugini, Emmanuel Vinet, Guillaume Ribay, Juliette Chourrout, Iliana Genova, Melaine David, Emilien Lavice, Adèle Clin-Cassagne, Kevin Viel, Olivia Samit, Vivien Corre.
  • Lead Architects: ANMA – Agence Nicolas Michelin & Associés, Nicolas Michelin / Cyril Trétout / Michel Delplace
  • BET HQE & Fluides: DEERNS France
  • BET Structure: BATISERF Ingénierie

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Villa Kget in Ensuès-la-Redonne, France by Bonte & Migozzi

Sunday, March 11th, 2018

Article source: Bonte & Migozzi

Facing north south, with a triangular form, the land is of a small size (785m2), which is why the house plan is part of the administrative limits of the parcel’s removal. With its endemic plants – a vast majority of pines and agaves – , its low walls made of stones and its extraordinary mediterranean view, this protected place doesn’t have sanitation or possibilities of access for the construction site. Inhabited by mediterranean culture and grecque mythology, Christophe Migozzi revisits the primitive atmosphere of the cottage by reinterpreting a contemporary version of “Ulysse’s vessel that surfs on a slope like a crab trawler.”

Image Courtesy © Bonte & Migozzi

  • Architects: Bonte & Migozzi
  • Project: Villa Kget
  • Location: Ensuès-la-Redonne, France

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University Campus Saint-Charles – Phase 2 in Montpellier, France by HELLIN-SEBBAG, ARCHITECTES ASSOCIES

Friday, March 9th, 2018

Article source: HELLIN-SEBBAG, ARCHITECTES ASSOCIES

Some phase 1 photographs, as a reminder

The Hellin-Sebbag office began work in 2004 on the Saint-Charles Hospital site at Montpellier.
Delivered in 2011, the first phase converted the general hospital into university buildings for graduates and researchers in the Faculty of Humanities, Paul Valéry University.

Patience and perseverance were necessary to restore new life to a site at this scale.

Entrance facade on esplanade, Image Courtesy © Jean-Pierre PORCHER

  • Architects: HELLIN-SEBBAG, ARCHITECTES ASSOCIES
  • Project: University Campus Saint-Charles – Phase 2
  • Location: Montpellier, France
  • Photography: Jean-Pierre PORCHER
  • Client: State – Ministry of Education, Research and Innovation, Montpellier Education Authority
  • Joint Contractors: FABRICA TRACEORUM : Heritage architect
  • For Project: GEC Ingénierie : Fluid engineering

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Ampère e+: Refurbishment of Sogeprom Headquarters in Courbevoie, France by ATELIERS 2/3/4/

Sunday, March 4th, 2018

Article source: ATELIERS 2/3/4/ 

The present building is showing off a typical facade of the eighties office towers’ architecture, with a less satisfying relationship with the soil, a heightened repeat of a floor standard, of a window type, with a simple and smooth façade thus a kind of autism to its own context.

The building wanted to be a tower, but it’s not. Its small length didn’t allow it to compete with its close sisters. Its location, on the fringes of La Defense’s slab, makes it belong more to the “domestic” city and its codes. Thus, he should renounce to his solitary object status.

The project is trying to rectify those miscommunications by making “Ampère e+” belong to the urban system of Courbevoie’s city, by supporting the transfer of the circular boulevard into an urban boulevard. Our task was also to shape and rank the present building, to make it comprehensible and careful to its urban context.

Image Courtesy © Charly Broyez

  • Architects: ATELIERS 2/3/4/
  • Project: Ampère e+: Refurbishment of Sogeprom Headquarters
  • Location: Courbevoie, La Défense, France (34-40 rue Henri Regnault, Courbevoie)
  • Photography: Charly Broyez
  • Team: Jean Mas, Architect Partner, Fabienne Garrigues, Réda Mazouz and Agate Mordka (project directors), Manuel Afsar, Orion Anglade, Gabriel Garcia, Alice Heaney, Olivier Jacques, Adrien Petit.
  • Engeering: INEX / SCYNA4 / ARCORA / ETAMINE / PEUTZ / GVI / Infra Services
  • Client: SOGEPROM / Investor: PRIMONIAL
  • Constructor: SICRA / Goyer / Tenzini
  • Construction cost: 28 500 000€
  • Built Area (m2 or sqft): 15000m²
  • Completion Year: 2017

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Ensae Paristech Campus Paris-Saclay in France by CAB ARCHITECTES (CALORI AZIMI BOTINEAU)

Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

Article source: CAB ARCHITECTES (CALORI AZIMI BOTINEAU)

When we discovered the immense sky and the plateau devoid of physical constraints we sought to capture the landscape by a simple form and by an abstract architectural language.

The proximity of the site to the edge of the woodland led us intuitively to the primary material as it seemed necessary in this country-side site to place the building lightly on the ground. To achieve this we chose to define the project by a steel exoskeleton.

Image Courtesy © AldoAmoretti

  • Architects: CAB ARCHITECTES (CALORI AZIMI BOTINEAU)
  • Project: Ensae Paristech Campus Paris-Saclay
  • Location: ZAC du Quartier de l’Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau (91)
  • Photography: Aldo Amoretti, Olivier Rigal
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, InDesign, Photoshop, and Word, Excel.
  • Client: Groupe des Ecoles Nationales d’Economie et de Statistique (GENES)
  • Lead Architects: Christophe Wilke
  • Project Director: Cécile Jalby
  • Landscape: MARTEL ET MICHEL paysage
  • Structure and civils: BATISERF BET Structure

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