Posts Tagged ‘Paris’
Tuesday, November 29th, 2016
Article source: philippe gazeau architect
The Laënnec building has a capacity of 404 beds including 120 for intensive care and intermediate care in all paediatric disciplines. The main medical functions are grouped by complete levels and share the same equipment and doctors. Despite the contextual difficulties, a compact emergency platform: On the upper ground floor, paediatric emergencies (70 000 emergencies per year) will be located beside the imaging department, contiguous with the reception of polytraumatised patients, which is next to the recovery room, alongside the 14 operating theatres in the main paediatric surgery block. The medical and technical platform includes paediatric imaging, operating theatres, post-surgery monitoring rooms and the catheterisation laboratory, making a total of 20 procedure rooms. It is shared between the various disciplines, with a permanent focus on efficiency and optimisation of resources. Combined intermediate care and intensive care: On the 1st floor, the surgical intermediate care beds are grouped next to the intensive care beds, forming a homogeneous unit of 67 beds with direct vertical link to the operating theatres and the medical intermediate care beds adjacent to emergencies.
Image Courtesy © Philippe Ruault
- Architects: philippe gazeau architect
- Project: NECKER HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN
- Location: 149, rue de Sèvres, Paris 15th arrondissement
- Photography: Philippe Ruault
- Contracting authority: Assistance Publique Hôpitaux de Paris
- Prime contractor: Commissioned architect: Philippe Gazeau
- Project director: Jacques Forté
- Work director: Michel Delamotte
- Landscape designer: Pascal Cribier & Phytoconseil
- Engineering: Jacobs France
- Economist: LTA
- Surface area: 60 000 m2 SHON (gross area) / 54 000 m² SDO (area inside building) + 15 460 m2 outdoor spaces
- Cost: EUR 139 780 000 excl. VAT updated 2016 (including garden)
- Date: 2003 – 2014 – 2018
Tuesday, November 29th, 2016
Article source: Atelier Kempe Thill
In January 2012, Atelier Kempe Thill in collaboration with Fres architects won the competition for fifty apartments, a dentists practice, a mother – child – care center and an underground parking at the Porte de Montmartre in Paris for the public housing corporation Paris Habitat. The apartments are in terms of budget within the lowest financing categories of public social housing for rent. The site is part of the typical former industrial estates and areas with 1960’s apartment complexes along the boulevard Périphérique that are going to be changed into contemporary housing areas.
Image Courtesy © Ulrich Schwarz
- Architects: Atelier Kempe Thill
- Project: Montmartre Housing
- Location: Porte de Montmartre, 18th arrondissement, Paris, France
- Photography: Ulrich Schwarz
- Software used: Vectorworks and Cinema4D
- Client: Paris Habitat OPH, Paris / France
- Co-architect: Fres Architectes, Paris / France
Sunday, November 13th, 2016
Article source: studio razavi architecture
This small apartment (80 m²) was renovated for a very young couple, both passionate collectors, and their dog. Our concept was to invade the space by design! The existing context is that of a 150 year old Haussmanian apartment with a rigid layout (defined structurally) which we intended to disrupt so that ultimately its inner qualities are revealed. Programmatic clusters respond to specific client needs, creating a landscape inside the apartment and modify the perception of this very classical Parisian layout.
Image Courtesy © olivier-martin gambier
Sunday, November 13th, 2016
Article source: Architecture Anne Démians
«My role as an architect is to ensure that this important density is consistent with the quality of the site and with each workspace. This density is assumed as a positive constraint, likely by nature to propel us towards the future. Les Dunes project differentiates itself from others by its architectural identity, it offers a new image of modernity through a innovation in construction in a gentle rupture / breakaway from what’s previously been done over the past 30 years. The entity as a whole is more than a building, it is a landscape.» Anne Démians
INTERNET’S INFLUENCE ON TERTIARY INNOVATION
Following two decades of technological upheaval directly related to the Internet, changes in society have emerged with their consequences on our ways of living.
Heralding a new era, digital tools profoundly boost individual and social exchanges and modes of expression. Our working attitudes are thus modified and our relationship to space is shaken. This digital transition impacts work relations and manifests itself in the office, but how are they (re)drawn?
Image Courtesy © Jean-Pierre Porcher
- Architects: Architecture Anne Démians
- Project: Société Générale Headquarters
- Location: 6 allée des Sablons Val de Fontenay, Paris, France
- Photography: Jean-Pierre Porcher, Laure Vasconi et AAD
- Software used: AUTOCAD
- Client: Societe Generale
- Master of attorney book: Sogeprom
- Project team: Martin Mercier (contest), Jack Weinand (studies and site), Malik Darmayan, Gabriel Ober, Francesco Girardi, Minsu Lee, Maite Casas, David Dahan, Igor Sanchez, Alain Sabounjian (Contributors)
- BET Economist: Mazet and Associates
- BET façade and structure: VP & GREEN fluid
- BET electricity: Egis
- BET cuisiniste: Gaury
- HQE: Alto Engineering
- Area: 89 000 m²
- Budget: EUR 210 million
Friday, November 11th, 2016
Article source: Ubalt architectes
The purpose of this project is the complete renovation of a cabinet of physiotherapy with creation of water sources, furniture and a waiting space to replace a former consultation room This waiting room is created as an intimate alcove totally out of season and different from the rest of the place.
Image Courtesy © Ubalt architectes
Sunday, November 6th, 2016
Article source: Atelier 56S
An ancient parking lot was divided into different apartments in the heart of Paris. To transform this raw surface into apartments, the project management wanted the structure to keep its industrial aspect.
The main challenge was to take advantage of the unique light source: South-oriented and situated in one of the apartment’s angles. The idea was to compact the night area to benefit from a higher flexibility in the living space. Peripheral wood furniture, serving as library, kitchen, desk and storage, was made to create space and visual continuity in the whole apartment. A mobile wall can occasionally be used to host friends.
The concrete beams and ceiling remain to keep the spirit of the place, while lessening the resonance thanks to a wooden slats-made false ceiling.
Image Courtesy © Jeremias Gonzalez
- Architects: Atelier 56S
- Project: CLOYS Apartment
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: Jeremias Gonzalez
- Area: 102 sqm
- Project Year: 2016
Friday, October 28th, 2016
Article source: Talents & Co.
The river Seine and the new Billancourt park provide a permanent spectacle: UNIK emphasises generous views, planted terraces and balconies for every apartment, as well as its participation in the first European residential home offering facilities specifically designed for people living with “Locked-in Syndrome”.
Image Courtesy © Javier Callejas Sevilla
- Architects: Agence Beckmann-N’Thépé
- Project: UNIK APARTMENTS
- Location: ZAC Seguin Rives de Seine – Boulogne-Billancourt – 92, Paris, France
- Photography: Olivier Amsellem, Javier Callejas Sevilla, Christophe Valtin, Sto
- Landscape Designers: ingénieurs & paysages (versailles)
- Client: Nexity (paris)
- Developer: SAEM Val de Seine (92)
- Urban planner: Patrick Chavannes
- Construction managing service: DJ AMO (Orsay – 91) + AKPA (Paris)
- Surface area of the apartments: 15 618 M², Of Which 1 716 M² Is For Social Housing and 2 052 M² For The ‘Alis’ Residential Home
- Completion date: January 2016
Sunday, October 23rd, 2016
Article source: Camille Hermand Architectures
This traditional 1900s family home in suburban in the Paris, was fully renovated by Camille Hermand Architectures to house a young professional family with adolescent children. Prior to renovations, the house hadn’t undergone any work in several decades. Home to three generations of the same family, the house was loosely divided into three separate apartments each with their own kitchen, but no indoor bathroom.
Image Courtesy © Jennifer Sath
- Architects: Camille Hermand Architectures
- Project: Renovation of a family home in suburban Paris
- Location: Suburban Paris, France
- Photography: Jennifer Sath
- Stylisme : Helena Amourdedieu
- Area: 200m2
- Year: 2015
Friday, October 21st, 2016
Article source: Studioninedots
Boursorama Banque has moved into its new Parisian head office in Boulogne-Billancourt designed by Studioninedots. In collaboration with Ateliers 115, Studioninedots created a robust and clear building distinguished by its subtle recesses and terraces but foremost by the striking facade that interplays rhythms of bronze-coloured blades.
Image Courtesy © Peter Cuypers
- Architects: Studioninedots
- Project: Head office Boursorama Banque
- Location: Rue Traversière 44, Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris
- Photography: Peter Cuypers
- Client: Kaufman & Broad
- Design team: Albert Herder, Vincent van der Klei, Arie van der Neut, Metin van Zijl
- Project team: Wouter Hermanns, Daniel Aw, Freddy Koelemeijer, Eliano Dias Felicio, Pedro Piernas
- Engineering and project manager: Jean-Marc Saurer
- Partner: Ateliers 115 Architectes, Paris, Jean-Claude Martinez, Eric Brunel
- Contractor: AGB
- Facade consultant, Interface: Dennis Soules, Fabrice Bourgon
- Structural and services consultant: Egis
- Certificates: BREEAM: very good, NF BT HQE: niveau excellent, Effinergie
- Size: 9.300 m2 GFA
- Completion: Summer 2016
Wednesday, August 31st, 2016
Article source: AZC Architectes
An urban health center, for the autonomy and involvement of people with disabilities in the city of Paris.
This project provides sheltered housing for frail, elderly residents with a variety of disabilities. The building comprises individual studio apartments, communal areas and medical consultation rooms for residents and out-patients.
To understand the project one must understand the history of the site at 232 Rue de Charenton in south-eastern Paris, along the side of which runs a passage that can be found on city plans as far back as 1789, at which time it led to cultivated fields. Fraught with real-estate related tension due to the complex planning laws in Paris and the Bercy neighbourhood, the project took seven years to see the light of day.
Image Courtesy © AZC Architectes
- Architects: AZC Architectes (Grégoire Zündel, Irina Cristea, architects ; Stefano Lunardi and Valentine Jamet, project managers)
- Project: Résidence Planchette
- Location: Paris, France
- Client: Elogie
- Partners: OTE Ingénierie
- Size: 2250 m2
- Year: 2015
- Satus: Completed