Rehabilitation of the Hôtel Lutetia, Paris Rive Gauche

The hotel Le Lutétia built in 1910 by the architects Louis-Hippolyte Boileau and Henri Tauzin is a remarkable and very homogeneous building. The main façade (rue de Sèvres and boulevard Raspail) is adorned with stone sculptures, vine motif and trellis. The corner of rue de Sèvres and boulevard Raspail is the outstanding feature of the [lire la suite].

General purpose hall and exterior covered space, at the Parc du Tremblay in Champigny sur Marne

The installation of the construction overhanging the park site is intended to establish physical and visual links with the athletics stadium below, access to the park and the view towards the distant landscapes. Opposite the renovated athletics track, the facilities are laid out like the background of an antique theatre. In this system, the structure [lire la suite].

Centre Aqualudique Aqualagon, in Marne-la-Vallée

As part of the development of a resort village in Marne-la-Vallée in Seine-et-Marne, the Villages Nature du Val d’Europe entrusted the construction of the water complex to architect Jacques Ferrier. The project comprises three separate entities: the water pavilion containing the swimming pools (110×80 m with a maximum height of 27 metres), the air pavilion [lire la suite].

Chai, in Saint Emilion

Design of the shell on a contemporary construction on a wine growing estate whose architectural identity pre-exists the new project. The work carried out in close collaboration with the Architect and Engineer Samuel Nageotte, a partner with the Ateliers Jean Nouvel consisted in merging water tightness and air tightness for the new constructions and their [lire la suite].

Sénart Theatre

The Théâtre, a future national theatre, is a new landmark in the Carré Sénart. It finds its balance in a play on oblique shapes and a hierarchy of reliefs. The metal roof is laid like a veil on the fragmented volume that houses a large front room, an adaptable room and a restaurant. A group [lire la suite].

Offices, Le Velum, La Buire development zone, in Lyon

Le Velum, a 15,000 m² office programme completes the renovation of the La Buire district in Lyon. This 8-storey building comprises three volumes linked by suspended gardens. To unify the overall composition of the façade, a glass screen surrounds the building providing thermal, sound and sunlight protection. At the rear of the building, a light [lire la suite].

Monumental suspended chandelier – La Mantille, rue Blanche, Paris

When the Carlyle Group bought 32 rue Blanche in Paris, France, in 2007, this vast “urban industrial building” was abandoned. Architect Franck Hammoutène wished to reveal the potential of this building, encased within the size of a city block, by bringing out the modularity of its structure, the transparency and luminosity of its skin, the [lire la suite].

Walkway for the Jewellery Gallery, Decorative Arts Museum, Paris, France

The 1,200 pieces on display in the Decorative Arts Museum in Paris offer visitors a magnificent journey through time taking in the history of jewels and jewellery from the Middle Ages to modern times. The Gallery occupies two spaces on the second floor of the Decorative Arts Museum on both sides of the main staircase. [lire la suite].