The Parisian agency Pseudonyme still strikes and decorates the Quai Duguay Trouin of the city of Le Portel (62) wooden balconies offering various views on the Opal Coast. A new way to enjoy the waterfront, between mini-public spaces and sculptural installations.
After setting up in Malaga and then in Brussels, the Pompidou Center is exported to Shanghai, China. Following the inauguration of the building built by David Chipperfield, the museum has just opened its doors to the public last Saturday. Back to the genesis of a major project promoting cultural and economic exchanges between France and China.
To build a family refuge for escapades in the south of France, that supposes to create an "inhabited architecture", a place as confidential as functional. Bet held for the architectural and urban planning agency Zakarian-Navelet with its private villa "Place du village". Stanislas Zakarian and Olivier Navelet erect a refined home perfectly installed in the paradisiac landscape of the peninsula of Giens (83). A dream house between land and sea
From 29 November to 12 January, the eleven winners of the Public Workshop Prize, a contest launched last March by the association Pli, will be exhibited at the Pavillon de l'Arsenal (4ème arrondissement). A few days before the event, return to the first edition of the Pli Public Workshop.
Located at Place de Jerusalem in Paris (29th arrondissement), the European Center for Judaism, built by the agencies Stéphane Maupin and Bruno Flechet, has just opened its doors to the public, a few days after its inauguration on October 2019, XNUMX by the president of the Republic. Together at the same time cultural and cultural, this new place promotes Judaism. A look back at this major architectural project.
After having realized the Institute of Molecular Sciences of Orsay (2017) with Fres Architects, the Dutch agency KAAN Architecten associates this time with the Parisian cabinet Pranlas Descours for the design of the Chamber of trades and Crafts of Lille (59). The result is a monumental, glass-clad work in which natural light reigns supreme.
On a bare and narrow site in the port area of Marseille (13) rises a small vertical building in raw concrete which hides an astonishing program. The French agency Marret & Fernandez Architects has achieved the feat of taking advantage of a plot that at first sight cannot be built. A discreet realization while verticality rather unexpected in the surrounding port context.
Historic club of the city of Cabourg (14), the Cabourg Garden Tennis is now decorated with a new building. A classic program of cloakrooms and toilets that manifests itself in a contemporary and elegant reinterpretation of Norman architecture from which to base the overall renovation program of the site.