Hardel Le Bihan Architects and HGA-Hubert Godet Architects together complete new campus buildings for French multinational telecommunications corporation Orange, in Lyon, France
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A colourful project using 2500 plastic bricks designed by Atelier Microméga wins 2017 Festival des Architectures Vives of Montpellier jury’s special mention. The French architectural festival’s theme was ‘Emotion’. This playful structure is just three metres cubed in size.
Rue Royale Architectes were committed to providing increasingly high quality social housing, adopting a demanding and complex approach to increase space, light, privacy, view and comfort. In the Saint-Jean neighbourhood of Villeurbanne.
Paris architects laisné roussel unveils a striking entry pavilion building at the first Biennale d’Architecture of Lyon. This architectural event takes place from June 8th until July 9th at the Sucrière.
Design: Vurpas Architectes. The first phase of the renovation of the Lyon East Faculty of Medicine is a milestone in the history of Vurpas Architectes’s work on the Rockefeller site.
Design: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU. Crystal Cloud of Knowledge: The future society will be a society of knowledge. However this knowledge can hardly be split into clearly defined fields. Innovations develop within interspaces, within indistinctness, within the overlapping and hybridising.
Design: Arte Charpentier Architectes. Located in the eastern suburbs of Lyon, this innovative campus is arranged around a garden designed as an agora. The building houses a professional training centre for environment, energy, transport, waste and water sectors.
Design: Populous. The largest new stadium built before this summer’s tournament, the Grand Stade de Lyon reflects the culture and community of the club and the city of Lyon.
Design: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes. The footbridge links the conference centre and St. Claire plus two major parks either side of the river. The bridge has a free span of 157m with an extremely slender structure.
Design: rue royale architectes. A co-educational 96-bed boarding house with communal areas in addition to the teaching facilities composed of several heterogeneous entities, located on the Coin estate, 12 kilometres from Lyon.
Design: MVRDV. It is rare that architects summon up the notion of disappearing when designing their projects. The very essence of architecture is the exact opposite. It is there to be seen, displayed, to make an impression.
Design: Tectoniques Architectes. Next to the schools with their pleated, green roofs, its size makes it an imposing, yet silent, neighbour. The building houses two sports halls and support services over a total surface area of 2,500 sqm.
Design: rue royale architectes. It is rare that architects summon up the notion of disappearing when designing their projects. The very essence of architecture is the exact opposite. It is there to be seen, displayed, to make an impression.
Design: Tectoniques Architectes. Block 32 occupies a strategic position in the vast programme to renovate the Duchère neighbourhood, in Lyon. The OPAC du Rhône housing association has produced a building which incorporates 33 social rental housing units, 1,500m2 of office space dedicated to health-related activities, and has retail space throughout the ground floor.
Confluence Institute for Innovation and Creative Strategies in Architecture. Design: Studio Odile DECQ architectes urbanistes. The Confluence is a new institution for architectural education and research based on an evolving and radical understanding of research, experimentation and trans-disciplinarity.
Design: Pierre Vurpas et Associés Architectes. A stone pebble cut like a diamond, a mineral forecourt that reaches out to draw in passers-by, a glass facade like an ever-changing skyscape, gilded like copper, words from the old French dictionary engraved into the glass panels, illuminated by curtains of woven metal: La Passerelle, a new cultural space for Trévoux, slots into the gap next to the hospital like a missing piece of the puzzle creating a perfect blend of history and contemporary architecture.