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ArchiDesignClub Awards 2015 : Les projets de la Catégorie Bureaux & Commerces, réhabilitation et extension 3/3

As part of the ArchiDesignClub Awards 2015, we invite you to find each day the projects in competition in each category and to vote for the most remarkable projects. Discover the selection of Muuuz magazine for the Offices & Shops, rehabilitation and extension category and express yourself. Among the selected projects, discover Le Rossini by Studios d'Architecture Jean-Jacques ORY, ON 55 Hausmann by Axel Schoenert architects, the Wacken building by Les Architectes and the CEA Restaurant in Saclay by Olivier Delaittre Architecture.

Rossini, Paris - Studios Architecture Jean-Jacques Ory

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The Rossini is a transformation project of a mixed real estate complex of offices and shops, dating from the revolution and partially listed in the inventory of historic monuments. The office building now offers comfort and energy saving services (HQE & BREEAM) quite comparable to the most recent buildings. The large terrace “placed” on the roof of the cinema in the heart of the island, onto which panoramic elevators and a large green wall open, gives the site a quality of life, rarely achieved in a building in old Paris.  

ON 55 Hausmann, Paris - Axel Schoenert architects

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ON 55 Hausmann is a complete restructuring of the project and compliance achieved by Axel Schoenert Architects agency. The project aimed to restructure workspaces declining natural light and transparency, to work the identity of all recomposing different areas: main entrance hall, office trays, courtyards, terraces and circulations ... All facade was renovated to give unity and harmony to the island.

Building Wacken, Strasbourg - Architects

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The desire to focus all activities and staff of the MMA group in one place led him to rethink and renovate the operation, the atmosphere and all of the building built in 1981. The intervention on the facades has enhanced thermal insulation and re-building it into modernity. The renovation project was to recapture the spirit of origin, with some discreet contemporary touches, and bringing the most light. Facade hulls then bronze anodized aluminum were replaced by new shells which retain the same geometry, they are lacquered aluminum, more resistant to weathering. The lighter color, champagne, registered building in modernity.  

Restaurant CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette - Olivier Delaittre Architecture

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Outside Paris, Saclay, stands the Center for Nuclear Studies in 1952 designed by architect Auguste Perret. More 60 years after its construction, it is the architect Olivier Delaittre which is responsible for rehabilitating the center of the restaurant, a rectilinear building with wide glass facades, punctuated by protruding concrete columns. In this building characterized by its simplicity, the simple lines and the accuracy of the proportions, the architects have worked to restore the essential components masked by successive developments has suffered the restaurant over the years. This a contemporary reinterpretation of the work of Perret, where the goal was to take advantage of the quality of the architecture of the place, its volumes, siding and natural light.  

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