This is a book for lovers of architecture and art history. The book “Paul Tissier, the architect of the Roaring Twenties celebrations” aims to highlight a creator who is as unusual in his practice as he is unknown to the general public.
Through this new project, PANDA NANA wishes to offer a futuristic technological experience to visitors to this bar located in the city of Zhangzhou in the province of Fujian in China. Breaking the traditional definition of cocktails & whiskey bar, the project reflects a raw, avant-garde, fearless and futuristic aesthetic.
This vaulted former workshop houses the history of one of the oldest trade routes in Bolzano, Italy. From this historical heritage, was born a place of conviviality and restoration between contemporary finesse and period architecture, signed noa*network of architecture.
The first sketches of the future colleges of Osny and Persan have fallen! Project management was awarded to the architectural firm Gaetan Le Penhuel for the Osny establishment, and to the architectural firm Marjan Essamfar & Joe Verons for that of Persan.
This building is aptly named. Located in Punjab, India, in a booming industrial area, this project will be transformed into offices or exhibition centers. A creation made by the architectural firm of Adrinath Kaleru and Prerna Kaleru.
Propose a new, more ecological mode of housing: such is the principle of this new project set up by the subsidiary of Action Logement, Podeliha. It is in Chanverrie (85) that this unique concept is launched...
CLIPSO signs here a new innovative and ethical project called “Origine”. This 70 m² tertiary complex was born from the alliance of “Maud Caubet Architectes” and “Quadri Fiore Architecture”, in cooperation with the company CLIPSO, recognized in the field of interior design and decoration.
Nothing is lost, everything is transformed: this is the philosophy on which this project is based. It is from this principle that the story begins. The story of a sugar refinery built at the end of the 2004th century, which until XNUMX produced sugar from beets...