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CAP / AAVP Architecture

09:00 - 26 March, 2017
CAP / AAVP Architecture, © Luc Boegly
© Luc Boegly

© Luc Boegly  © Luc Boegly  © Luc Boegly  © Luc Boegly  +16

  • Architects

  • Location

    2nd arrondissement, 75002 Paris, France
  • Architect in Charge

    Vincent Parreira
  • Area

    160.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2016
  • Photographs

BIG and Silvio D'ascia Unveil New Renderings of their Pont de Bondy Metro Station in Paris

12:00 - 23 March, 2017
BIG and Silvio D'ascia Unveil New Renderings of their Pont de Bondy Metro Station in Paris, © BIG
© BIG

BIG and Silvio D'ascia Architecture have released new images of their competition-winning design for the new Pont de Bondy metro station in Paris. One of a total of 68 new stations commissioned as part of Société du Grand París’ Grand Paris Express project, the Pont de Bondy station will “[continue] the Parisian tradition of utilizing bridges as social spaces and cultural landmarks.”

© BIG © BIG © BIG © BIG +16

Berges - 28 Social Dwellings / ODILE+GUZY architectes

11:00 - 17 March, 2017
Berges - 28 Social Dwellings / ODILE+GUZY architectes, © David Foessel
© David Foessel

© David Foessel © David Foessel © David Foessel © David Foessel +31

  • Architects

  • Location

    62 Rue du Dessous des Berges, 75013 Paris, France
  • Architect in Charge

    Julien Odile, Michaël Guzy
  • Area

    3470.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

Dominique Perrault Proposes "Island Monument" Plan For the Île de la Cité in Paris

09:30 - 14 March, 2017
© Dominique Perrault Architecture / ADAGP
© Dominique Perrault Architecture / ADAGP

One of two islands in the Parisian Seine, the Île de la Cité is largely known to tourists as little more than the location of such popular destinations as the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Sainte Chapelle—a fate that belies the island's 2000-year history as the center of Paris. However, now there are plans underway to restore the whole island to its former importance: under Philippe Bélaval, the French Centre for National Monuments has selected Dominique Perrault Architecture to design a 25-year masterplan, titled Mission Île de la Cité, to bring back the island’s relevance as something more than a dissonant collection of tourist destinations.

© Dominique Perrault Architecture / ADAGP © Dominique Perrault Architecture / ADAGP © Dominique Perrault Architecture / ADAGP © Dominique Perrault Architecture / ADAGP +18

Les Tiennes Marcel / Mohamed Omaïs & Olivia Gomes architects

04:00 - 13 March, 2017
 Les Tiennes Marcel / Mohamed Omaïs & Olivia Gomes architects, © Fernando Guerra | FG+SG
© Fernando Guerra | FG+SG

© Fernando Guerra | FG+SG © Fernando Guerra | FG+SG © Fernando Guerra | FG+SG © Fernando Guerra | FG+SG +21

Kiss Kiss Bank Bank's HQ / Agence Vincent & Gloria Architectes

13:00 - 7 March, 2017
Kiss Kiss Bank Bank's HQ / Agence Vincent & Gloria Architectes, © Arnaud Schelstraete 
© Arnaud Schelstraete 

© Arnaud Schelstraete   © Arnaud Schelstraete   © Arnaud Schelstraete   © Arnaud Schelstraete   +23

New Map Celebrates Paris’ Brutalist Architecture

08:00 - 3 March, 2017
New Map Celebrates Paris’ Brutalist Architecture , Les Choux de Créteil. Image © Nigel Green
Les Choux de Créteil. Image © Nigel Green

Adding to its regular releases of city guide maps, London-based publisher Blue Crow Media has now produced the Brutalist Paris Map, in collaboration with Nigel Green and Robin Wilson of Photolanguage. Having previously covered Washington D.C.’s most prominent Brutalist buildings, the latest map highlights over 40 Parisian examples of Brutalist architecture.

Bourse by Travail. Image © Nigel Green Courtesy of Blue Crow Media Courtesy of Blue Crow Media Les Damiers. Image © Nigel Green +10

Jean Nouvel, Foster + Partners Among 7 Architects to Design Towers for Paris' La Défense District

12:00 - 1 March, 2017
Jean Nouvel, Foster + Partners Among 7 Architects to Design Towers for Paris' La Défense District, Courtesy of Paris La Défense
Courtesy of Paris La Défense

The La Défense district of Paris has announced the proposal of seven new skyscrapers by top architects including Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Foster + Partners and Christian de Portzamparc in an attempt to lure business to the city during a time of economic upheaval in the European markets.

All planned for completion no later than 2022, the new buildings would target international businessmen and researchers, especially those displaced following the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union.

Bibliothèque Nationale de France Refurbishment / Atelier Bruno Gaudin + Virginie Bréga

09:00 - 26 February, 2017
Bibliothèque Nationale de France Refurbishment  / Atelier Bruno Gaudin + Virginie Bréga, © Takuji Shimmura
© Takuji Shimmura

© Takuji Shimmura © Takuji Shimmura © Takuji Shimmura © Takuji Shimmura +27

Design by Data Advanced Master in Paris is Breaking Boundaries Between Architecture and Engineering

14:48 - 24 February, 2017
Design by Data Advanced Master in Paris is Breaking Boundaries Between Architecture and Engineering, Projet Synapses Credits : WAO architecture
Projet Synapses Credits : WAO architecture

The Design by Data Advanced Master® in Computational Design, Digital Manufacturing and Building Technologies provides attendees with a cross-disciplinary culture of computational design and a comprehensive knowledge of cutting-edge technologies in the fields of parametric architecture, robotics, digital manufacturing and 3D printing for the construction industry.

Watch the Construction of Roland Garros' New Tennis Stadiums in These Animations

16:15 - 8 February, 2017


Modernisation de Roland-Garros by FFT

Stade du Roland Garros, home of one of tennis’ four grand slam tournaments, the French Open, has revealed animations of the two new stadia planned for the historic park grounds. The renovations will include a $400 million redesign of the event’s main stadium and a brand new greenhouse-inspired court, the first of its kind at a major tournament.

Court Philippe Chatrier. Image © FFT / Architects: ACD Girardet and Associates / Daniel Vaniche and Associates / Perspective: 3dfabrique Court des Serres. Image © FFT / Architect: Marc Mimram / Perspectiveist: Cyrille Thomas Roland Garros Village. Image © FFT / Architects: Atelier d'architecture Chaix & Morel and associates / ACD Girardet et associés / Paysagistes: Team Corajoud / Perspectiviste: 3dfabrique Roland Garros Village. Image © FFT / Architects: Atelier d'architecture Chaix & Morel and associates / ACD Girardet et associés / Paysagistes: Team Corajoud / Perspectiviste: 3dfabrique +8

Maison à Colombages Refurbishment / 05AM Arquitectura

05:00 - 30 January, 2017
Maison à Colombages Refurbishment / 05AM Arquitectura, © Adrià Goula
© Adrià Goula

© Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula © Adrià Goula +28

  • Architects

  • Location

    81 Rue de Reuilly, 75012 Paris, France
  • Architect in Charge

    Joan Arnau Farràs, Carme Muñoz Ramírez
  • Area

    294.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

ANSKA Unveils Floating Platform Design for Paris Olympics

08:00 - 28 January, 2017
ANSKA Unveils Floating Platform Design for Paris Olympics , © ANSKA
© ANSKA

ANSKA has unveiled Spots, a series of temporary floating platforms to host micro-events for the Paris Olympic Games of 2024. Intended as an alternative to classic river typologies like barges or heavy structures, Spots are modular systems that can easily be assembled or disassembled, allowing them to become durable programmatic solutions.

While Spots was designed for the Paris Olympics, where modules would be hooked to the riverbanks to create a complimentary route for the Games, facilitating a greater exploration of the city, the micro-typology of the project could be applied “to any river and city,” as well as to Parisian suburbs and industrial areas.

© ANSKA © ANSKA © ANSKA © ANSKA +10

The Unexpected Stories Behind 10 Skyscrapers That Were Actually Built

04:00 - 24 January, 2017
The Unexpected Stories Behind 10 Skyscrapers That Were Actually Built, Torre Velasca. Image © José Tomás Franco
Torre Velasca. Image © José Tomás Franco

As long as there have been buildings mankind has sought to construct its way to the heavens. From stone pyramids to steel skyscrapers, successive generations of designers have devised ever more innovative ways to push the vertical boundaries of architecture. Whether stone or steel, however, each attempt to reach unprecedented heights has represented a vast undertaking in terms of both materials and labor – and the more complex the project, the greater the chance for things to go awry.

Ryugyong Hotel. Image © José Tomás Franco Robot Building. Image © José Tomás Franco CCTV Headquarters. Image © José Tomás Franco Cayan Tower. Image © José Tomás Franco +21

How to Change Cities With Culture: 10 Tips Using UNESCO

08:00 - 23 January, 2017
How to Change Cities With Culture: 10 Tips Using UNESCO, "The Old Bridge in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina / Photo: ru.wikipedia.org". Image Courtesy of Strelka Magazine
"The Old Bridge in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina / Photo: ru.wikipedia.org". Image Courtesy of Strelka Magazine

This article, written by Svetlana Kondratyeva and translated by Olga Baltsatu for Strelka Magazine, examines the most interesting cases of the role of culture in sustainable urban development based on the UNESCO report.

UNESCO published the Global Report on Culture for Sustainable Urban Development in the fall of 2016. Two UN events stimulated its creation: a document entitled Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which emphasizes seventeen global goals for future international collaboration, was signed in September of 2015 at the Summit in New York. Habitat III, the conference held once in twenty years and dedicated to housing and sustainable urban development, took place in Ecuador in October of 2016. The question of culture’s role in urban development, and what problems it can solve, was raised at both events. To answer it, UNESCO summarized global experience and included successful cases of landscaping, cultural politics, events, and initiatives from different corners of the world in the report.

Ateliers 2/3/4/ Unveils Paris Garden Tower

12:00 - 22 January, 2017
Ateliers 2/3/4/ Unveils Paris Garden Tower, Courtesy of Ateliers 2/3/4/
Courtesy of Ateliers 2/3/4/

Ateliers 2/3/4/ has unveiled its design for Jardins de l’Arche Tower, a 200-meter-tall building in Nanterre La défense, Paris.

An effort to “extend the great historical axis of Paris,” the 65,000-square-meter tower will feature a series of hanging gardens around superimposed volumes.

Courtesy of Ateliers 2/3/4/ Courtesy of Ateliers 2/3/4/ Courtesy of Ateliers 2/3/4/ Ateliers 2/3/4/ Unveils Paris Garden Tower +10

Pompidou Centre to Receive $110 Million Facelift for its 40th Anniversary

12:00 - 19 January, 2017
Pompidou Centre to Receive $110 Million Facelift for its 40th Anniversary, © Pixabay user 139904. Licensed under CC0 Public Domain
© Pixabay user 139904. Licensed under CC0 Public Domain

Reviled by Parisians for its shocking inside-out appearance when it first opened in 1977, the Centre Pompidou has reached its 40th birthday, and as a gift, is set to receive to 2-year, $110 million renovation that will preserve the unique structure for years to come.

Understanding Grafton Architects, Directors of the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale

04:00 - 18 January, 2017
Understanding Grafton Architects, Directors of the 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale, UTEC / Grafton Architects. Image © Iwan Baan
UTEC / Grafton Architects. Image © Iwan Baan

“When you read Love in the Time of Cholera you come to realize the magic realism of South America.” Yvonne Farrell, Shelley McNamara and I were in a corner of the Barbican Centre’s sprawling, shallow atrium talking about the subject of their most recent accolade, the Royal Institute of British Architects inaugural International Prize, awarded that previous evening. That same night the two Irish architects, who founded their practice in Dublin in the 1970s, also delivered a lecture on the Universidad de Ingeniería and Tecnologia (UTEC)—their “modern-day Machu Picchu” in Lima—to a packed audience in London’s Portland Place.

Farrell and McNamara, who together lead a team of twenty-five as Grafton Architects, are both powerful thinkers, considered conversationalists and unobtrusively groundbreaking designers. For a practice so compact, their international portfolio is exceptionally broad. The first phase of the UTEC in the Peruvian capital, which began following an international competition in 2011, represents the farthest territory the practice have geographically occupied. The project is, in their words, a “man-made cliff” between the Pacific and the mountains – on one side a cascading garden, and on the other a “shoulder” to the city cast from bare concrete.