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Press Conference Room in Paris, France by h2o Architectes

Saturday, February 23rd, 2013

Article source: h2o Architectes

The client’s specific request for this press conference room was to create a project that would be both contemporary and timeless at the same time in order to match the Institution that it would represent. We aimed to transform this “technical tool” into a space of representation and communication for the Minister and its politicians. A high number of technical equipments and utilities needed to be integrated in the suspended ceilling in order to a clear a clean, bright and sun filled space.

Image Courtesy © Stéphane Chalmeau 

  • Architects: h2o Architectes
  • Project: Press Conference Room
  • Location: Rue de Varenne, Paris, France
  • Photography: Stéphane Chalmeau
  • Program: Press Conference Room for the French Ministery of Agriculture in a 19th century building listed as a Historical Monument
  • Client: French Ministery of Agriculture
  • Team: h2o architectes with Engineering
    – Ingénierie Louis Choulet, HVAC
    – Cabinet Virtz, Economist
    – BMI, Structural Engineer
    – Scène, Scenography
  • Project area: 100m²
  • Delivery: December 2010
  • Software used: Rhino & AutoCAD

23 Local Authority Housing in Paris, France by Avignon-Clouet Architectes

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Article source: Avignon-Clouet Architectes

There are two buildings situated n°42-48 “Rebière” street. It includes 23 accommodations: G+3 Duplex (7 units) and G+8 (16 units + 1 association premises of 80 m2). These two separate entities surround two other buildings designed by the agency “Atelier Provisoire” from Bordeaux. The buildings are connected through exterior walkways. The selected urban location allows to create one of the only ground floor with garden, on the whole construction project of “Rebière” street.

Image Courtesy © Stéphane Chalmeau 

  • Architects: Avignon-Clouet Architectes
  • Project: 23 Local Authority Housing
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photography: Stéphane Chalmeau
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Rhino, 3dS Max

La Maison de la Batellerie in Paris, France by Jean-Baptiste Lacoudre Architectures

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Article source: Jean-Baptiste Lacoudre Architectures


Image Courtesy Jean-Baptiste Lacoudre Architectures 

  • Architects: Jean-Baptiste Lacoudre Architectures
  • Project: La Maison de la Batellerie
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Surface: 2500 M²
  • Client: PORT OF PARIS
  • Performance: CREF – 20%

JETRO’s exhibition booth for the Maison&Objet international trade fair in Paris, France by Torafu Architects

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Article source: Torafu Architects

We organized the space of JETRO’s exhibition booth for the Maison&Objet international trade fair held twice a year in Paris, France. The “J STYLE+” joint exhibition booth sponsored by JETRO gathers products from 16 companies selected by members of the Japan-France selection committee. Under the concept “Everlasting: Miscellaneous everyday use goods whose existence shines in our daily lives,” and strived to make a booth with a presence that will stand out even in a different culture by following Japanese qualities and keywords, such as the “Spirit” of the time, “Ease” and “Elegant Cuteness.”

Image Courtesy © Takuji Shimmura 

  • Architects: Torafu Architects
  • Project: JETRO’s exhibition booth for the Maison&Objet international trade fair
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photography: Takuji Shimmura
  • Principle use: EXHIBITION SITE 
  • Production: Claritas 
  • Credit: Planning・Concept: TRUNK / Graphic design: TAKAIYAMA 
  • Building site: Paris Nord Villepinte, France 
  • Total floor area: 153m2 
  • Design period: 2012.09-2013.12 
  • Construction period: 2013.01.12-01.17 
  • Production period: 2013.01.18-01.22

Bobigny School Complex in Paris, France by Mikou Design Studio

Friday, January 18th, 2013

Article source: Mikou Design Studio

This new building is a remarkable amenity in the city centre, visible by its façades and its roof, a founding element of the project. We designed it to be both welcoming and protective, turned inwards towards inner courtyards to ensure privacy.

Building’s aerial view : Image Courtesy Florian Kleinfenn

  • Architects: Mikou Design Studio
  • Project: Bobigny School Complex
  • Location: Bobigny, Paris, France
  • Program: Pre-school, Primary School, Sports And Recreation Center, Library
  • Client: City of Bobigny
  • Surface: 5 000 m²
  • Date: Completion septembre 2012
  • Photo Credits: Florian Kleinfenn
  • Software used: Autocad LT 2011, Rhinoceros, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator


Glass Is Tomorrow in Paris, France by Pro Materia

Thursday, January 17th, 2013

Article source: Pro Materia

GLASS IS TOMORROW is a European project, which aims at establishing a more fluid exchange of knowledge and competencies between glass and design professionals in the north, south, east and west of Europe. Supported by the ‘Culture’ (2007-2013) program of the European Union, GLASS IS TOMORROW promotes a high level of craft and design in contemporary glass. The project was launched on June 1st 2011, and three workshops were organized, in Nuutajärvi (FI), Nový Bor (CZ), Meisenthal (FR), during which glassblowers and designers teamed up to produce glass pieces. Glass aesthetics and techniques were explored by the tandems in order to  develop new typologies of everyday objects. The project opened up new potentialities and generated dialogue about the conception, production and distribution of glass pieces by experimenting around three themes: Stackability, Silver Glass and Out of the Mould.The prototypes created during the workshops as well as the GLASS IS TOMORROW project are now presented to the public through a touring exhibition and publication, featuring pictures and videos signed by James Bort and photography by Anne Croquet and Guy Rebmeister.

Collar Vases Collection : Image Courtesy Pro Materia

  • Architects: Pro Materia
  • Project: Glass Is Tomorrow
  • Location: Paris, France


A school in Paris, France by Metek Architect

Saturday, January 5th, 2013

Article source: Metek Architect

The new lodge built is just slip into the openings in the existing structure : a light structure made of wood, in a yellow color. The lodge caretaker is designed as an autonomous structure that includes its own floor, walls and ceiling. This structure is thought up as an element of urban furniture.

Image Courtesy © mopA

  • Architects: Metek Architect
  • Project: A school in Paris
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photography: mopA
  • Client: Ville de Paris
  • Surface area: 12 m²
  • Width of existing loggia: 1 m 95
  • Width of new loggia: 1 m 55
  • Materials: Wood, Corian

Theatre de Saint-Nazaire in Paris, France by K-Architecture

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Article source: K-Architecture

The site on which the theatre is built has seen some glamorous times. In its days as a train station, it would welcome the rich socialites coming off the transatlantic liners. Opened in 1867, ten years after the Paris-Saint-Nazaire line started running, the station is a variation on Hausmannian neo-classicism, in the style of the Parisian stations.

Image Courtesy © luc boegly

  • Architects: K-Architecture
  • Project: Theatre de Saint-Nazaire
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photography: Patrick Miara, luc boegly
  • Contracting team: Sonadev for the City of Saint-Nazaire
  • Project management Architect: – K-architectures, Karine Herman et Jérôme Sigwalt, architects Olivier Jonchère, architecte chef de projet Alexandre Plantady, architecte chef de projet esquisse
  • Consultants: Changement à Vue (stage design), Altia (acoustics), Alto (fluids), Khephren (structure), Bougon (economist)

Sloping House in Paris, France by Atelier 37.2

Monday, December 17th, 2012

Article source: Atelier 37.2

Sloping House is a makeshift shelter that clings to the side of an extinct volcano in the Puy de Serveix, in France’s Massif Central. Built from recycled timber by the artists themselves, this sculptural one-person refuge, seems to erupt from the grassy slope, as if the structure’s wooden planks are being flung out of the earth only to reform into the neat lines of an archetypal hut.

Image Courtesy Atelier 37.2

  • Architects: Atelier 37.2
  • Project: Sloping House
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Software used: The only software program the architects (barely) used to design Sloping house is sketch up.It was hand-built by 4 people in 48 hours, with no other equipment than 2 skewers and a circular saw. The material, rough wood, was entirely recycled from another installation.

Le Yacht in Paris, France by Frédéric Flanquart

Saturday, December 15th, 2012

Article source: Frédéric Flanquart

Following completion of the Loft des Innocents, Frédéric Flanquart agency, has launched a new challenge with the renovation of YACHT: a 85m ² apartment on the top floor of a building whose Parisian Grands Boulevards plan, open a wide corridor is not unlike that of a boat.

Image Courtesy Frédéric Flanquart

  • Architects: Frédéric Flanquart
  • Project: Le Yacht
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Design time: 4 months
  • Construction period: 6 months
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