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Clement Blanchet Draws Inspiration from Circus Tents for Competition-Winning Cultural Center in France

16:00 - 16 February, 2018
Clement Blanchet Draws Inspiration from Circus Tents for Competition-Winning Cultural Center in France, Courtesy of Clement Blanchet Architecture
Courtesy of Clement Blanchet Architecture

Clément Blanchet Architecture has been selected as the winner of an international competition for the design of a new cultural center to be located in the Paris suburb of Gonesse, France, beating out proposals from Bernard Tschumi & Moreau Kusunoki.

Named Circus³, the facility features a unique tensile roof evocative of a circus pavilion, and will house a 1,500 seat theater for a variety of cultural performances and events.

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Clément Blanchet Architecture Designs Agriculturally Inspired Research Center for Carrefour in France's Silicon Valley

16:00 - 21 December, 2017
Clément Blanchet Architecture Designs Agriculturally Inspired Research Center for Carrefour in France's Silicon Valley, Courtesy of Clément Blanchet Architecture
Courtesy of Clément Blanchet Architecture

Clément Blanchet Architecture has been selected as the winners of a competition to design the new research and development center for multinational retailer Carrefour to be located in Saclay, in the heart of the French Silicon Valley.

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Proposed Station Extension Promotes Urbanism and Social Interaction in Nice

12:00 - 13 November, 2016

Clément Blanchet Architecture has released its bid for the international Nice Station Extension competition, which also received entries from Marc Mimram, Jean Duthilleul, and winner Daniel Libeskind. The proposal integrates buildings in the city center of Nice—which is surrounded by railways, a ring road, and the city—including a new mixed-use public complex, retail and office spaces, and a boutique hotel.  

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Clément Blanchet Reveals Proposal for PEX Bordeaux Extension

08:00 - 12 November, 2016
Clément Blanchet Reveals Proposal for PEX Bordeaux Extension, © Luxigon
© Luxigon

Clément Blanchet Architecture, PPA and TAA have released their competition entry for the extension of Parc des Expositions (PEX) Bordeaux.

Having found success in their winning competition entry for PEX Toulouse (currently under construction), the partnership has rejoined forces to take on PEX Bordeux. The architects designed their proposed addition with the goal of embedding architectural fragments to capture the essence of the original building. 

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50 Architects Tell Us What They Are Looking Forward to in 2016

12:00 - 18 January, 2016
50 Architects Tell Us What They Are Looking Forward to in 2016

As the first month of 2016 draws to a close, we decided to tap into our network and ask an esteemed group of architects, critics, theorists and educators to tell us what they are looking forward to this year in architecture. 

What are you looking forward to in architecture this year?