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"Re•architecture - RE•cycle, RE•use, RE•invest, RE•build" Exhibition

"Re•architecture - RE•cycle, RE•use, RE•invest, RE•build" Exhibition
Courtesy of Pavillon de l’Arsenal
Courtesy of Pavillon de l’Arsenal

Focusing on Paris and its diversity, the Pavillon de l’Arsenal, the center for information and exhibition for urban planning and architecture, has invited fifteen European agencies that question the way that modern-day cities are built to participate in this exhibition.

Through their original strategies, these architects are part of collectives or associations, work in multidisciplinary teams and carry out experiments on cities in order to reinvent the everyday reality of our fellow citizens. The presentation of their lively, direct and sustainable projects is an invitation to discover and share in exciting ways of enhancing city landscapes.

The thirty exhibited proposals, shown at the various stages of development, describe the conditions in which the orders were placed, the study behind the projects, participative action as well as the conditions in which studies were carried out and the projects completed. For more information, please visit here.

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Alison Furuto
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Cite: Alison Furuto. ""Re•architecture - RE•cycle, RE•use, RE•invest, RE•build" Exhibition" 08 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/240516/re%25e2%2580%25a2architecture-re%25e2%2580%25a2cycle-re%25e2%2580%25a2use-re%25e2%2580%25a2invest-re%25e2%2580%25a2build-exhibition/> ISSN 0719-8884
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