In this period of confinement, a little color doesn't hurt! This is why, this Friday, the editorial staff is examining the career of Mexican architect Luis Barragán. Awarded the Pritzker Prize in 1980, the designer stands out from his colleagues by a vibrant and electric style, paying homage to the architecture of his native country as well as to modernist movements.
In close collaboration with the Studio Adrien Gardère, the architects of Bien Urbain - architecture workshop, Guillaume Cantardjian, Nicolas Cèbe and Jérôme Stablon, rethink with a contemporary look the Fashion Galleries of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris (1st arrondissement) . A subtle intervention that highlights the architectural writing of the historic building while inviting the creativity of the scenographers.
The architect Christophe Roussel delivers a set of 134 dwellings completed by five commercial premises in Colombes (92). A curvaceous program, as its name suggests, since it can be identified by its multitude of tortuous balconies. Back on a strong architectural gesture.
The Lyon agency Damien Carreres has just created a colorful interior for the restaurant Le Miraflores in Lyon. On this occasion, the editorial staff of Muuuz met with the agency's founder, Damien Carreres.
The Milanese agency Peter Pichler Architecture is developing a new concept for sustainable houses. Nestled in the pine trees of West Virginia in the United States, these small wooden shelters offer an exceptional tourist experience in the middle of the forest.
South African interior design agencies Fox Browne Creative and Alexander + Walt transformed the former Sossusvlei lodge, built in the 1990s in Namibia (Africa), into a luxury hotel. Very confidential, the ten new pavilions awaken in guests a healthy state of mind, mixed with a pleasant feeling of tranquility.
The city of Athis-Mons (91) has a new leisure center. Designed by the Parisian agency Graal Architecture, the 610 square meter monolith is characterized by a rhythmic concrete facade tinted in the mass of a pink color. Located on a complex site, the building provides the link with the rest of the neighborhood. Zoom on a set that articulates the different scales of this part of the city with panache.
The American agency Faulkner Architects, created by Greg Faulkner in 1998, built a spacious family home called "Burnt Cedar" for a family of car enthusiasts. Located on the north shore of Lake Tahoe opposite Burnt Cedar Beach in Incline Village (Nevada, United States), the residence rhymes with steel, light wood, textured concrete, glass and contemporary furniture.
The contemporary Papier Tigre stationery is getting a makeover! Under the leadership of the agency Cent15 architecture, the space on rue des Filles du Calvaire (3rd arrondissement) now includes a sales area, a customization area and a manufacturing workshop. A place with an industrial soul warmed by the colors of the brand's iconic notebooks.