Porte Marguerite de Navarre / 169 architecture

Porte Marguerite de Navarre / 169 architecture

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  • Structural, Envelope, Low Carbon And Re Use Engineers :Elioth (groupe Egis)
  • General Contractor :Arbonis, with Mits (steel) & Cema (glazing)
  • Architect In Charge:Raphael Ménard, Guillaume Meunier, Adrien Escoffier
  • City:Paris
  • Country:France
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Text description provided by the architects. This temporary cover project follows the initiative of the city of Paris that aims to promote the use and re-use of bio-sourced materials. Elioth and 169-architecture defined several principles for the realisation of this project in order to limit its carbon impact.

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Site Plan

Firstly, the load carrying part of the structure, with a max span of 15m, is constructed in laminated timber (larch). Similarly, the structure of the façade, acting as protection railing, is made up of a wooden frame in the form of vertical units of brackets, in larch as well.

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This structure was deliberately designed using the principles of a very low-carbon construction, encouraging the use of short supply chains.

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Address:Paris, France

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Cite: "Porte Marguerite de Navarre / 169 architecture" 29 Jun 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/874520/porte-marguerite-de-navarre-169-architecture> ISSN 0719-8884

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