The ChampiCabanes / Ateliers Bauhinia

The ChampiCabanes / Ateliers Bauhinia

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  • Other Participants : Corinne Détroyat
  • Architect In Charge : Claude Pasquer
  • Country : France
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The ChampiCabanes  / Ateliers Bauhinia - Garden
© Claude Pasquer

Text description provided by the architects. With the ChampiCabanes, Claude Pasquer and Corinne Julhiet Détroyat invent a new garden vocabulary that speaks to the inner child in all of us.

The ChampiCabanes  / Ateliers Bauhinia - Arch, Column
© Alexandre Petzold

With the changes of scale, the garden get into the world of childhood: the ChampiCabane, with its small circular bench and tables, both ChampiCachecache the ChampiCachette and ChampiCoffre (toys!), Functional and aesthetic sculptures .

The ChampiCabanes  / Ateliers Bauhinia - Image 4 of 15
© Alexandre Petzold

Each sculpture ironwork, woven rope, making the invisible visible and converts this work in a Nature observation  temple and the surrounding biodiversity.

Courtesy of Ateliers Bauhinia

For several years, Corinne and Claude Julhiet Détroyat Pasquer are united by the passion of the garden project. Today, this new set of sculptures catalyzes the balance of their work: the Nature and Artifice, aesthetics and functionality, the magic and biodiversity 

The ChampiCabanes  / Ateliers Bauhinia - Image 3 of 15
© Alexandre Petzold
The ChampiCabanes  / Ateliers Bauhinia - Brick
© Alexandre Petzold

Product DescriptionThe hexagonal mesh, the chicken wire, is a rustic material, amazing, very simple, almost old-fashioned at first glance. Coming from the world of industry, it paradoxically emphasizes sustainable development through its presence in the garden. For the hats of the mushrooms, it is reinforced with fiberglass to ensure a tight fitting cover and to retain the transparency of the material with regard to the sun. 

The ChampiCabanes  / Ateliers Bauhinia - Image 7 of 15
© Alexandre Petzold

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Cite: "The ChampiCabanes / Ateliers Bauhinia" 18 Nov 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/799494/the-champicabanes-ateliers-bauhinia> ISSN 0719-8884

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