Posts Tagged ‘Paris’
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
- 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
Friday, April 17th, 2015
Article source: Philippe Gazeau
Set on the Etampes plateau with a view as far as the eye can see across the natural landscape and farmland, the new Lycée d’Etampes secondary school is the first building in the built-up Paris area visible from the Beauce plain.
The building stands on the boundary between the two regions and itself has that dual status as a kind of built-up landscape, despite its large scale.
Image Courtesy © Philippe Ruault
- Architects: Philippe Gazeau
- Project: Lycée Neslon Mandela Secondary School
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: Philippe Ruault
- Client: Ile de France Region, Operational division: Essonne aménagement
- Competition: 2008
- Delivery: 2015
- Surface / Area: 11,232m² gross area
- Cost: €18,850,000 ex-VAT
- Program: Lycée professional Nelson Mandela (formerly Louis Blériot) training college, Subjects taught: technology, tertiary, health and welfare, cookery, with restaurant and kitchen, 8 staff houses, cycle shed.
- Energy Efficiency: BBC low energy consumption (RT2005), HQE/lycée certification, THPE (very high energy performance)/housing.
- Materials: concrete post/beam structure, Reynobond panel frontage, photovoltaic panels
Friday, April 10th, 2015
Article source: Dominique Perrault Architecture
A place and not a building
The “grands projects” of the President of the Republic that have been completed up to date are all closely associated with a site, and a history -in a word, a place with a name. The National Library of France is built on a stretch of industrial waste land on the banks of the Seine in the East End of Paris. It represents the starting- point for a complete reconstruction of this entire sector of the 13th district. The institution encompasses within it an element of grandiosity and an element of generosity. If we refer to the urban history of the great monuments which have been the fundamental signs of the city’s thrust toward new territory, the greatest gift that it is possible to give to Paris consists, today, in offering space, and emptiness – in a word, a place that is open, free, and stirring. Accordingly, the enormous building, which is envisaged with architectural emphasis and contentions by way of back-up, is transformed into a project that involves the void. Proposing as it does to the History of France a focus on immateriality and non-ostentation, this is an absolute luxury in thet city. It is this context which engenders the concept of the project.
Image Courtesy © Georges Fe
- Architects: Dominique Perrault Architecture
- Project: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF FRANCE
- Location: Quai François Mauriac, 75013 Paris, France
- Photography: Georges Fessy, Vincent Fillon
- Public spaces (public reading rooms 1 556 places, research reading rooms 2 034 places for a total of 3 590 readers for 59 070 m²)
- Reception and public services area (23 000 m²)
- Conference rooms (3 000 m²)
- Stock rooms (71 000 m², ca. 400 km of shelves, 20 million volumes)
- Administration (36 000 m²) of which 16 000 m² is office space in the towers
- Technical space (35 000 m²)
- Underground car park for 700 cars (20 500 m²)
- Site area: 65 300 m²
- Built area: 365 178 m²
- Built volume: 1 500 000 m³ (more…)
Friday, April 10th, 2015
Article source: OXO Architectes
Sou Fujimoto Architects, Manal Rachdi OXO Architectes and Nicolas Laisné Associés, Won the first Prize for the new Learning Centre of the Ecole Polytechnique, in Paris-Saclay.
Image Courtesy © SOU FUJIMOTO ARCHITECTS + NICOLAS LAISNE ASSOCIES + MANAL RACHDI OXO ARCHITECTS
- Architects: OXO Architectes
- Project: BEM PARIS SACLAY
- Location: PARIS, France
- Photography: SOU FUJIMOTO ARCHITECTS + NICOLAS LAISNE ASSOCIES + MANAL RACHDI OXO ARCHITECTS+ RENDERING BY RSI-STUDIO.
- ARCHITECTS TEAM: SOU FUJIMOTO ARCHITECTS + MANAL RACHDI OXO ARCHITECTS+ NICOLAS LAISNE ASSOCIES
- TEAM PROJECT:
- SOU FUJIMOTO ARCHITECTS (Tokyo, Japan)
Partner in charge: Sou Fujimoto
Project manager: Marie de France
- MANAL RACHDI OXO ARCHITECTS (Paris, France)
Partenaires-en-Charge: Manal Rachdi
Project manager: Traian Bompa, Helena Frigola
- NICOLAS LAISNE ASSOCIES (Paris, France)
Partner in charge: Nicolas Laisné, Dimitri Roussel
Project manager: Margaux Desombre
- CONSULTANT: EGIS BATIMENTS (Paris, France)
Partner in charge: Patrice Lynch
Engineers: Alain Collet, Mario Figueiredo, Henri Souchon
- BET CONCEPTION ET INGENIERIE ENVIRONNEMENTALE: FRANK BOUTTÉ
CONSULTANTS (Paris, France)
Project manager: Olivier Puertas
- ACOUSTICIAN: LAMOUREUX ACOUSTICS (Paris, France)
- PERSPECTIVE: RSI-studio, Manal Rachdi Oxo architectes. Nicolas Laisné associés.
- TYPE: Restricted competition
- SURFACE: 10 000 m²
- BUDGET: € 32.5M
- STATUS: First prize.
Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
Article source: Kengo Kuma & Associates
Kengo Kuma & Associates won the first prize for the competition “Saint-Denis Pleyel Emblematic Train Station” in Saint-Denis, France.
The train station will be the first stone of a future global urban project in the site of Saint-Denis Pleyel. It will enable the site and the city to increase its metropolitan scale significantly. The project is designed as a unique opportunity to open up the district by connecting the two sides of the city over a huge railway network of the Parisian North station. The station becomes an extension of the public spaces on many levels. Multiple levels continue in spiral, so the station functions as a complex that brings in streets in vertical layer. Steel frames that evoke rail tracks are used in the curtain wall and many other parts of the structure, to emphasize the passage of time and history. This approach will make people be aware that the station is theirs and give them pleasant passing-by every day, connected with the network of the city.
Image Courtesy © Kengo Kuma & Associates
- Architects: Kengo Kuma & Associates
- Project: Saint-Denis Pleyel Emblematic Train Station
- Location: Saint-Denis – Paris, France
- Developer: Société du Grand Paris
- Total floor area: 45 000 m2
- Height: 5 stories above ground and 4 below
- Quantity Surveyor: LTA
- Landscape design: AC&T Paysage
- Lightning design: 8’18’’
- Acoustician: PEUTZ &Associés
- Sustainibility: AIA Studio Environnement
- Façade engineer: RFR
Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
Article source: Fumihiko Sano / studio PHENOMENON
1981 Born in Nara
At the construction company, dealing with traditional Japanese style, studied technique, material, and culture as a carpenter after the graduation from a high school.
Participates in construction of a tearoom, a Japanese restaurant, a Japanese hotel, the State Guest house,and etc.
2011 Established Fumihiko Sano studio PHENOMENON.
Dealing with the design and installation by making the best use of what learned as carpenter and Modern sence.
Image Courtesy © Daisuke Shimokawa / Nacása&Partners Inc
- Architects: Fumihiko Sano / studio PHENOMENON
- Project: MIWA
- Location: 12 rue Jacob ,Paris ,France
- Photography: Daisuke Shimokawa / Nacása&Partners Inc
- Construction：Sagara builder／Tsumiki drawing builder
- Wood cooperation: Higashishirakawa village forest association/Higashisirakawa Lumber cooperative
- Ceremony for sanctifying ground: Oomiwa shrine
- Concept direction: Takeshi Sato / Rightning Paris
- Tool direction: Hirotoshi Maruwaka/ Maruwakaya
- Antique direction: Shouun Oriental Art
- Reception / origata direction: Keisyousai Ogasawara/Ogasawara ryu reihou
- Site area: 15.6 m²
- Completion: 11/ 2012
Thursday, March 26th, 2015
Article source: Hamonic+Masson & Associés
Members of the Council of Paris revised the urban regulations for the Masséna- Bruneseau sector in Paris’ southeasterly 13th arrondissement at the city council meeting of Tuesday 16th November 2011. This amendment will allow the construction of residential towers measuring 50 metres tall, and of office blocks measuring up to 180 metres tall.
Image Courtesy © Takuji Shimmura
- Architects: Hamonic+Masson & Associés, Comte Vollenweider
- Project: Home building, ZAC Masséna
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: Takuji Shimmura, Milène Servelle
- Associate architect: Comte Vollenweider
- Engineering and quantity surveying: Sibat
- Urban planner: Ateliers Yves Lion
- Urban projects developer: Sémapa (more…)
Thursday, March 12th, 2015
Article source: Atelier Zündel Cristea
This project located at 88 avenue Denfert Rochereauin Paris includes several works of demolition, asbestos removal and reconstruction. The Congregation of the Blind Sisters of St. Paul is mainly surrounded by religious functions and programs dedicated to healthcare. Its main access is currently possible from the avenue on the south side of the site. Our project includes a new one from the north side to facilitate the access for pedestrians, deliveries and fire services.
Image Courtesy © Atelier Zündel Cristea
- Architects: Atelier Zündel Cristea
- Project: REDEVELOPMENT OF THE SITE FOR THE CONGREGATION OF THE BLIND SISTERS OF ST. PAUL
- Location: Paris (75), France
- Client: Paris Habitat
- Contractors: Igrec / Bassinet Turquin Paysage
- Cost: 16 M€ (before taxes)
- Surface: 6200 m²
- Mission: Etudes
- Environment: Plan Climat de la Ville de Paris, H&E
- Completion: 2016
Sunday, March 8th, 2015
Article source: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes
The partial reconstruction of the stadium Jules Ladoumègue has been realized in intricate connection with the new site of the RATP* maintenance center (*public transport service for the Ile-de-France).
The construction of the maintenance center and the creation of new space for sport activities expresses the integration of big equipment in dense urban structure and emphasizes its multi-functionality.
Image Courtesy © Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes
- Architects: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes
- Project: SPORT CENTRE JULES LADOUMEGUE
- Location: 39-43, route des Petits Ponts – 75019 Paris
- Client: City of Paris – Office for Architecture and Office for Youth and Sport
- Team: DFA/Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes, Ingérop, Osmose, Empreinte Roubaix, Oasiis, Peutz & Associés
- Floor area: 10.516 m² (gym 6 260 m², tennis 4 256 m²)
- Exterior planning: 27 000 m²
- Building costs: 26.7 M€
- Competition September 2008 – Completion January 2014
Saturday, March 7th, 2015
Article source: LAN Architecture
Bordered by rue des Orteaux, rue de Fontarabie, and the Passage Fréquel, the Fréquel-Fontarabie block is the last stage of the development of the mixed development zone of the la Réunion neighborhood. This effort has sought to reduce the visible level of in-habitability, build new housing, value existing resources, and design nearby public facilities in an effort to create quality public spaces. The project to build thirty housing units has pursued a dual goal: to reconstruct the older urban fabric through small interventions within an overall framework of sustainable development.
Image Courtesy © Julien Lanoo
- Architects: LAN Architecture
- Project: 30 public housing units
- Location: 16 and 22 rue de Fontarabie, 15 passage Fréquel, 35b rue des Orteaux. Paris, 20th arrondissement
- Photography: Julien Lanoo
- Software used: AutoCAD
- BUDGET: EUR 5.9M before taxes
- NET USABLE AREA: 2,242.5 m²
- COMPETITION: 2006
- DELIVERY: 2014
- TEAM: LAN Architecture (Commissioned Architects), LGX Ingénierie (Project Manager), Agence Franck Boutté (HEQ Consultant)
- CONTRACTING AUTHORITY: Paris Habitat OPH