In the 13th arrondissement of Paris, the Parisian agency Olivier Palatre Architectes is delivering the restructuring and heightening of two nurseries in rue Max Jacob. The ideal place for the development of neighborhood toddlers!
The Barcelona architecture agency Onze04 transforms a commercial space into a minimal space dedicated to hosting an ophthalmology practice. In other words, the project constitutes an architectural feat that gives pride of place to the medical sector.
Atelier 56S rehabilitates the multipurpose room of Bréal-sous-Vitré (35) into a contemporary social and cultural center. Combining the historic building with new equipment, the project is a heterogeneous architectural island intended to accommodate a multipurpose room, a media library and an ALSH leisure center.
It is for the town of Villejuif (92) that the duo formed by the architects Claire Garcia Barriet and Alejandro Garcia Marta, at the head of Overcode, completely reinvented the public library. Called PULP for Small Public Reading Units, the project includes two similar prefabricated and mobile units, each housing a local library. Back on the history of this innovative public equipment.
As part of the major EuroRennes urban planning project launched in 2008, the architecture agency Jean-Paul Viguier et Associés signs Identity One, an HQE building, which opens the ball of a set of three buildings called Identity. Delivered in April 2019, the building has welcomed its first occupants and foreshadows the advent of the future business district of Rennes Métropole (35). Discover the first episode of this architectural soap opera.
In the heart of Parc de Montjoie in Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire (37), the Bordeaux agency Marjan Hessamfar & Joe Verons architects are setting up a new school group, completing the Coeur de Ville II town planning operation. Airy and warm, the whole dialogues with its wooded environment and promises young students to learn in an exceptional setting.
The Vincent Eschalier studio rehabilitates a private mansion in the 16th arrondissement of the capital into a tertiary complex. Combining the charm of the old with the sobriety of contemporary architecture, the project is dedicated to welcoming a financial company.
The Umbrellas of Charbourg, famous film by Jacques Demy from 1964 now also refers to the Trapèze Architecture project which reinvests the old Umbrella factory in Charbourg and transforms it into an exceptional contemporary loft. Catherine Deneuve's point here, but a bright accommodation with a resolutely contemporary industrial character.