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Architecture in Monte Carlo

e-architect choose what we feel are the key examples of new Monaco Architecture. We aim to include design-led interesting Monte Carlo buildings.

We cover completed Monaco buildings, new Monte Carlo building designs, architectural exhibitions and design competitions. The focus is on contemporary Monte Carlo buildings but information on key traditional buildings is also welcome.

22 Feb 2019
Projet pour le site de Fontvieille
Design: Studio Fuksas, Architects
Projet pour le site de Fontvieille, Monaco
image © Studio Fuksas
Projet pour le site de Fontvieille
Restructuring and extension of the new Fontvieille site, Principality of Monaco, grouping cultural spaces, commercial spaces, public and landscaped spaces.

Hôtel de Paris Monte Carlo Reopening

The Pavilions Monte Carlo, Monaco Luxury Stores

Villa Troglodyte

Monte Carlo Architecture

Major Monaco Architectural Projects, alphabetical:

E1027 house, Roquebrune, nr Monaco
Date built: 1920s
Design: Eileen Gray, Architect
Built for Gray and her lover, architecture critic Jean Badovici

Le Millefiori – tower, Monte Carlo
Date built: 1969
111m high tower building

Parc Saint Roman, Monte Carlo
Date built: 1982

Yacht Club de Monaco
Dates built: 2003-12
Design: Foster + Partners with Joseph Iori Architects
Yacht Club de Monaco
image : Foster + Partners
Yacht Club de Monaco project

More Monte Carlo Building projects online soon

Location: Principality of Monaco, French Riviera, Western Europe

Monte Carlo Building Development

Monaco Maritime Development
Prime Minister Jean-Paul Proust announced that designs by Daniel Libeskind and Norman Foster stood out among the five shorlisted bids for their technical and environmental qualities for a major maritime extension to the Mediterranean state.

This Monte Carlo development is set to cover 275,000 sqm (3 million sqft) of housing, retail and tourist facilities, as well as a flagship new public building. Studio Daniel Libeskind’s project is being championed by the Monte-Carlo Sea Land consortium, made up of Japanese architect Arata Isozaki and Dutch and Belgian building groups Van Oord-Dragados and BESIX: Monaco Development

Eileen Gray architect

Architecture in adjacent countries to Monaco

French Projects
The Orange Cube France
photo : Nicolas Borel

Swiss Buildings

Swiss holiday house
picture © Hannes Henz

Italian Architecture
New Trade Fair Milan
photo © Archivio Fuksas

Buildings in cities close to Monaco

Marseilles Buildings

Genoa Buildings
Genoa Chamber of Trade Library
image from architects

Yacht Club de Monaco architects : Foster + Partners

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