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Manuelle Gautrand, DesignInc, and Lacoste + Stevenson Win Competition for 5 Parramatta Square

12:45 - 15 April, 2016
Manuelle Gautrand, DesignInc, and Lacoste + Stevenson Win Competition for 5 Parramatta Square, Courtesy of Manuelle Gautrand Architecture
Courtesy of Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, DesignInc, and Lacoste + Stevenson have won an international competition for the design of a civic and community building in the Australian city of Parramatta. The six-story, 12,000 square meter building, a mixture of rectilinear sharpness and parabolic curves, extends back from the city’s Victorian Free Classical style town hall. The new structure will include a variety of spaces, including: council chambers and offices, a library, public roof gardens, a customer care center and visitor experience center, community meeting rooms, a technology hub, and an innovation space.

The FORUM Associative / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

03:00 - 12 April, 2016
The FORUM Associative  / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, Courtesy of Manuelle Gautrand
Courtesy of Manuelle Gautrand
  • Architects

  • Location

    Place Georges Gissy, 68300 Saint-Louis, France
  • Area

    5713.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

    Courtesy of Manuelle Gautrand

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Comedie de Bethune - National Drama Theater / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

01:00 - 23 February, 2015
Comedie de Bethune - National Drama Theater / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, © Luc Boegly
© Luc Boegly

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Galeries Lafayette Department Store / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

01:00 - 25 September, 2014
Galeries Lafayette Department Store / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, © Vincent Fillon
© Vincent Fillon

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AD Round Up: Happy Bastille Day!

00:00 - 14 July, 2014
Nova Green / Agence Bernard Bühler. Image © Vincent Monthiers
Nova Green / Agence Bernard Bühler. Image © Vincent Monthiers

The fourteenth of July is Bastille Day, a day that commemorates the start of the French Revolution.  Named for the fortress prison that was stormed by revolutionaries on July 14th, 1789, Bastille Day is celebrated globally both by France and her former colonies, as well as many cities in the US.  In honor of this historic date, we’ve compiled some of our favorite French projects from the past few years.  In this round up you’ll find classics such as the Villa dall’Ava by OMA, as well as fantastic works like Nova Green by Agence Bernard Bühler, Pontivy Media Library and Louviers Music school by Opus 5 architectes, Platform Architecture’s Aquitanis Headquarters, L’Atoll Angers by Antonio Virga Architecte and AAVP Architecture, a Parking Attendant’s Pavilion by Jean-Luc Fugier, Kengo Kuma’s Aix en Provence Conservatory of Music, and Origami by Manuelle Gautrand ArchitectureJoyeux quatorze juillet!

Zaha Hadid and SOM Among 5 Competing to Design Scandinavia’s Tallest Tower

00:00 - 28 May, 2014
Proposal #1: “Ursa” (214 meters). Image Courtesy of Serneke
Proposal #1: “Ursa” (214 meters). Image Courtesy of Serneke

Zaha Hadid Architects, SOM, Ian Simpson Architects, Manuelle Gautrand Architects, and Wingårdhs Arkitektkontor are all competing to design what will be the tallest tower in Scandinavia. Submitted anonymously, the five shortlisted proposals have just been unveiled by Serneke, who has envisioned the skyscraper as an integral piece to a larger 32,000 square meter mixed-use masterplan in Gothenburg that has been in the making for more than ten years. 

Check out each shortlisted design, after the break...

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00:00 - 8 April, 2014

Origami / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

01:00 - 18 November, 2013
Origami / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, © Vincent Fillon
© Vincent Fillon
  • Architects

  • Location

    41 Avenue de Friedland, 75008 Paris, France
  • Architect in Charge

    Manuelle Gautrand
  • Architect Project Manager

    Yves Tougard
  • Structure

    Khephren
  • Area

    5800.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2011
  • Photographs

© Vincent Fillon © Vincent Fillon © Vincent Fillon © Vincent Fillon +19

Lille Modern Art Museum / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

01:00 - 28 March, 2013
© Max Lerouge – LMCU
© Max Lerouge – LMCU

© Philippe Ruault © Max Lerouge – LMCU © Vincent Fillon © Max Lerouge – LMCU +21

CITE DES AFFAIRES IN SAINT-ETIENNE / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

01:00 - 25 March, 2013
CITE DES AFFAIRES IN SAINT-ETIENNE / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, © Vincent Fillon
© Vincent Fillon

© Vincent Fillon © Vincent Fillon © Vincent Fillon © Vincent Fillon +20

Europa City / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture

01:00 - 14 May, 2012
Europa City / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture, © Luxigon
© Luxigon
  • Architects

  • Location

    Triangle de Gonesse, France
  • Project Manager

    Olivier Evrard
  • Client

    Immochan
  • Program

    Retail, leisure and cultural activities, indoor and outdoor sports activities, hotels, offices, convention center
  • Consultant

    Franck Boutté (Sustainable), D. Besson-Girard (Landscape), Troisième Pôle (Cultural Consultant), SNC Lavalin (Public space engineering), Vanguard (QS).
  • Area

    600.0 sqm
  • Photographs

© Luxigon © Luxigon Europa City / Manuelle Gautrand Architecture © Luxigon +5

Enzo Hotel / Manuelle Gautrand Architects

21:00 - 17 September, 2010
© Manuelle Gautrand Architects
© Manuelle Gautrand Architects

Manuelle Gautrand Architects shared their Enzo Hotel in Paris with us. The hotel’s strong triangular form holds different programmatic elements to engage its lively streetscape. The colorful façade took inspiration from the landscape’s natural palette. The colors add a crisp aesthetic to the building as the different panels and their varying tints add a sleek texture to the form. According to the architects, “Their fragmented bands give a kinetic effect to overall volume – one can see the movement of the cars there, a certain impression of speed.”

More images and more about the hotel after the break.