Our team, composed with Barrault Pressacco and Giaime Meloni, has won an award to lead a research about insolation. The studies will demonstrate the cultural issues inherent to this elements, and its impact on the architectural form. More soon!
092 LEB ↗ June 15th, 2020 Parking garage transformation, Paris 17
Our team has been commissioned in 2019 by Nexity to develop a housing project within a parking garage in Paris 17. Completion due 2021. More soon!
088 JOL ↗ December 3rd, 2019 2024 Olympic Games, Paris
Very happy to be part of the winning-proposal to build one part of the next Olympic village that will host the 2024 games in Paris!
October 3rd, 2019 Triennal de Arquitectura de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon Triennal’s Curator in chief Éric Lapierre invited us to present our building built with stones rue Oberkampf in Paris, as part of the Economy of Means exhibition. A huge thank to him and his team for this invitation. Opening October 3rd at 7pm, MAAT Central Tejo, Lisbon.
087 SVP ↗ May 24th, 2019 Saint Vincent de Paul, Paris 14, France
The team, composed with Barrault Pressacco, Thomas Raynaud Architectes, 22 Degrés Landscape architects, Bouygues Immobilier (developer), Demathieu & Bard Immobilier (developer), has been selected by Paris Métropole Aménagement to participate to the 'Bâtiment Lelong' competition. The project will transform the existing building into a 12000m2 housing and activities program, into the 'Grands Voisins' neighborhood, facing the fabulous Fondation Cartier.
047 MRX ↗ May 10th, 2019 End of concrete work, Paris 18, France
At 047 MRX ↗, the contractor finalized the concrete skeleton work. Soon, the facade composed with a mix of hemp and wood will be applied, and wrapp all the building. Completion of the construction is due at the end of 2019.
086 AUG ↗ May 3rd, 2019 In Ground We Trust, Bap!, Versailles (78), France
Our installation 086 AUG ↗ 'In Ground We Trust' is an ode to the soil, its fragments and its products. It expresses today's necessary relation between territory, ground and architecture. It is composed of a 'Mandala', built with stones and pieces of wood, and two photographs called 'Extractions'. It is part of the first Ile de France Architecture and Landscape Biennal, inaugurated today in the Pavillon Augures, and curated by AUC-Djamel Klouche. An other terrestrial journey with our beloved friend Giaime Meloni.