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Multi-Sports Complex Competition Winning Proposal / Archi5 + Tecnova Architecture

The winning proposal for the multi-sports complex in the city of Antony, France responds to the strong political will of a new urban ambition for the neighborhood. The context is heterogeneous linear collective housing on one side and unique botanical heritage of the Park on the other. Designed by Archi5 + Tecnova Architecture, this project includes a theme for each function including gathering, meeting, sports activities, and events. This becomes evident in all aspects of the building at all levels. More images and architects’ description after the break.

Cultural Center Pontault Combault / Archi5

© Thomas Jorion
© Thomas Jorion

Architects: Archi5 Location: Pontault Combault, France Project Year: 2008 Photographs: Thomas Jorion

© Thomas Jorion
© Thomas Jorion
© Thomas Jorion
© Thomas Jorion
© Thomas Jorion
© Thomas Jorion
© Thomas Jorion
© Thomas Jorion

Shining Lighthouse in Belfort / Archi5

© Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi
© Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi

Architects: Archi5 Location: Belfort, France Project Year: 2012 Photographs: Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi

© Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi
© Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi
© Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi
© Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi
© Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi
© Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi
© Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi
© Fabien Terreaux and Amoor Maadi

Multi-Sport Complex in Antony / Archi5

© Thomas Jorio
© Thomas Jorio

Architects: Archi5 Location: Paris, France Project Year: 2011 Project Area: 3,989 sqm Photographs: Thomas Jorio

© Thomas Jorio
© Thomas Jorio
© Thomas Jorio
© Thomas Jorio
© Thomas Jorio
© Thomas Jorio
© Thomas Jorio
© Thomas Jorio

National Museum of Archaeology and Earth Sciences / archi5 & OKA

Render by Luxigon
Render by Luxigon

French architects archi5 and Omar Kobbité Architectes (OKA), have won a competition to design the National Museum of Archaeology and Earth Sciences in Rabat, Morocco. More images and architect’s description after the break.

Archi5 wins “Nya Årstafältet” Master Plan Competition for Stockholm

French firm archi5 has been announced winner of the International Master Plan Competition for Stockholm’s Nya Årstafältet neighborhood. Archi5′s winning proposal ‘Arkipelag’ has been a collaboration with landscape architect Michel Desvigne.

The master plan covers 260 acres of which 2,260,000 sf will be used for office space and 4,300,000 sf for residential.

Seen at Bustler. For more information, click here. More images after the break.