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Aymeric Zublena – member of the agency SCAU
post updated 18 May 2021
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The national stadium in France came about as a result of the country’s selection to host the 1998 FIFA World Cup, in 1992. As a result of the selection, the country and the France Football Federation made a commitment to construct an 80,000+ capacity all-seater stadium with every seat in the facility being covered.
It was the first time in over 70 years since the construction of the Stade Olympique Yves-du-Manoir that a stadium in France was being constructed for a specific event. Due to the magnitude and importance of the facility, the Council of State was allowed first hand approach to how the stadium would be constructed and paid for.
The Council sought for the stadium to be built as close as possible to the capital of France, Paris, and that the constructor and operator of the facility would receive significant financial contribution for a period of 30 months following the completion of the stadium. The stadium’s design was handled by the team of architects composed of Michel Macary, Aymeric Zublena, Regembal Michel, and Claude Costantini who were associated with CR SCAU Architecture.
Location: Paris, France, western Europe
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Design office led by Aymerica Zubléna & Michel Macary.
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Hôtel Lutetia, 45 Boulevard Raspail, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, 6th arrondissement
Renewal Design: Jean-Michel Wilmotte Architects
photograph courtesy of architects office
After being acquired by The Set and closed for four years of restoration, Lutetia is finally re-opening its fabled doors on 15th May, beginning a new chapter in the wonderous life of this iconic hotel.
Hôtel d’entreprises Binet, Rue René Binet, Porte de Montmartre district, north-west Paris
Design: AZC Atelier Zündel Cristea, Architects
photo : Sergio Grazia
Binet Business Hotel
The Porte de Montmartre district is a sector of economic and social reconquest, through a Great Urban Renovation Project (GPRU).
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