On the occasion of Paris Design Week 2020, Éditions CarréSol invites French designer and interior architect Pierre Gonalons to share his vision of the Art of Burnt Wood. See you on Thursday, September 10.
In Ajaccio, on the Sanguinaires road, Amelia Tavella has completely reinvented a 1950s villa open to the Mediterranean Sea. At Casa Santa Teresa, the Corsican architect is inspired by the sweet summer evenings of his childhood to design a holiday home that is both serene and warm.
In Strasbourg (67), the rhb architectes agency offers a second life to the Vauban nursery school. This complex renovation, carried out brilliantly by the architects, revolved around the modernization of the classrooms and the library, the redevelopment of rest and activity areas, as well as the restructuring of the sanitary facilities and the premises dedicated to the staff. and teaching teams.
As part of an urban renewal project initiated by the municipality of Schiltigheim (67), the Dominique Coulon & Associés agency has rehabilitated an emblematic place in the city. By transforming this historic site into a covered market and an exhibition space, the architects have preserved the heritage integrity of the architecture while giving it a second life. Back on this major rehabilitation project carried out brilliantly.
An emblematic building in Tourcoing (59), the Villa Maillard had nevertheless fallen into disuse for many years. A neglect that is now a thing of the past thanks to the D'HOUNDT + BAJART agency which gives back its letters of nobility to the building and enlarges it, decorating the collective housing complex. Zoom on an intelligently conducted rehabilitation project.
In Cantal, in the middle of a green and hilly terrain, stands a classic house at first, but which nevertheless conceals its lot of subtleties. Signed arba, L'Onde is a revisited wooden chalet with an unusual roof, inspired by slate roofs with rounded shapes.
Cultural venues display minimalist architecture and thus give pride of place to the arts and works presented. This week, the Muuuz editorial team invites you to discover four new cultural places, museums and art centers, which stand out for their refined architecture.
Founded by Chloé Leymarie and Eva Gourdon in 2014, Atelier Leymarie Gourdon took up the challenge of redeveloping an apartment created from the combination of two adjoining apartments. For this Parisian apartment dedicated to welcoming a family, the agency has thus rethought the distribution, functionality and consistency of the accommodation.