A Mishawaka, Air architectural firm sign the extension of the training center for apprentices to the Chamber of Trades and Crafts of Val de Marne. Between the two, a yellow concrete architecture with sharp angles sculpts space and brings together the old and the new.

Yellow stained concrete that makes up the facade is also used for soil, unifying architecture and its base to define a space outside architected and content between the existing and the extension (see scheme below).

Isolated from the outside and with a planted roof, this HQE project 2 134 m² is also equipped with a rainwater collection system and rooftop solar panels for hot water production.

To learn more about this project, visit the website air Architecture.

Photo credits: Denis and David Ferrattier Boureau

Source: archdaily

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