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  5. Philippe Brulé Architectes
  6. 2015
  7. In Progress: Quimper Cornouaille Exhibition Center / Philippe Brulé Architectes

In Progress: Quimper Cornouaille Exhibition Center / Philippe Brulé Architectes

In Progress: Quimper Cornouaille Exhibition Center / Philippe Brulé Architectes
In Progress: Quimper Cornouaille Exhibition Center / Philippe Brulé Architectes, © Pascal Léopold
© Pascal Léopold

© Pascal Léopold © Pascal Léopold © Pascal Léopold © Pascal Léopold + 39

  • Engineering

    Artofact; Batitherm; Sofresid Engineering; Changement à Vue; Le Bruit des Cailloux; Ouest Coordination
  • Timber Structure Construction

    BRITTON
  • Concrete Firm

    LE BRIS
  • Concrete Furniture

    Lafarge
  • Client

    Quimper Communauté
  • Cost

    10 862 263 €TTC
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© Pascal Léopold
© Pascal Léopold

With a bioclimatic design, the project relies on wood and concrete to build an allegory of the nature, both in its aesthetics and in its ambition to use at best the own qualities of the two materials: inertia, structural efficiency and plasticity of the concrete.

Site Plan
Site Plan

This is used in a configuration of Trombe wall; carbon footprint, health safety, thermal efficiency (integral insulation) and structural efficiency of wood material (38m range without intermediate bearing point).

© Pascal Léopold
© Pascal Léopold
Location to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Cite: Cristian Aguilar. "In Progress: Quimper Cornouaille Exhibition Center / Philippe Brulé Architectes" 14 Dec 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/572095/in-progress-quimper-cornouaille-exhibition-center-philippe-brule-architectes/> ISSN 0719-8884