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AME (Accouveur Multiplicateur d'Entreprises) / Wesh

Courtesy of Wesh
Courtesy of Wesh

The main idea behind AME, the first concept by Wesh for a business incubator, is to re-create a small world where different companies can develop themselves and get bigger, with all services provided. The design questions the future of small companies in the periphery of the city for the next 20 years. How can a building enable many companies, each having their own singularity and size, to get along together and evolve? AME is all about wrapping plenty of entities into a bioclimatic greenhouse. For a monthly subscription, each company has its own space, which can be extended or reduced thanks to the company development. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Social Housing in Angers / Studio Bellecour Architects

  • Architects: Studio Bellecour Architects
  • Location: Angers, France
  • Architects: Studio Bellecour Architects
  • Project Team: Wilfrid Bellecour François Barberot, Hélène Dumas, Anne Lhermitte, Bruno Codron, Raphaël Philipppe
  • Client: Angers Habitat
  • Area: 8042.0 sqm
  • Project Year: 2010
  • Photographs: Philippe Caumes, Nicolas Borel, Willy Berr, Courtesy of Studio Bellecour Architects

© Nicolas Borel © Willy Berr © Willy Berr © Philippe Caumes