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What's Up Paris?

  • 16:52 - 26 October, 2016
What's Up Paris?
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What's Up Paris

From reTHINKING competitions we are happy to announce our new competition:“What's Up Paris?” A city like Paris is intense, full of tourists, workers, cars ... is a place in constant motion, with changes of atmosphere, with people walking and taking pictures. It is the perfect city for having a coffee and watch people go by, watch tourists spellbound with its architecture, businessmen who run to take the subway or Parisians who simply walk their city.

The terraces of Paris never give back to the city, they face it. But now we are the ones who turn our backs to what happens around us. A cup of coffee and good company are more than enough to enjoy an afternoon in a beautiful city. The hustle of work, traffic, general stress us away from the simplicity of the past.

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Cite: "What's Up Paris?" 26 Oct 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884