The METROPOLITAN - A development of 283 homes and shops in the town of Rosny-sous-Bois, where concrete was replaced by biologically and geologically sourced materials such as stone and wood.
A century ago, tens of thousands of women and men left the French countryside to settle in the city. New forms of living are being invented, including collective and social housing. In Paris, everyone must find their place. An extract from the preface to the Paris Habitat exhibition catalogue. Ian Brossat.
Vincent Lavergne presents the project for the rehabilitation, elevation and extension of the Watt Tower, as part of Building Energy and Environment day, at the Palais Brongniart. #enerjmeeting
The French Institute and the VLAU agency present URBATECTURA / Concrete solutions for a resilient city, a travelling exhibition between Barcelona, Bilbao, Zaragoza and Valencia [June to November 2021]
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The transformation of the Grands Moulins is an opportunity for the city centre of Corbeil-Essonnes to reinvent its relationship with the Seine and Essonne rivers, creating a narrative around its medieval, industrial and natural heritage while undergoeing an ecological transition.