We won the Maillon competition in April with a concept to build a theater that, like city themselves, can change, evolve, and transform over time according to user needs. The project is finally online.This is not a theater!
After eight years, we have finally delivered the four buildings at Rue Fréquel and Rue Fontarabie in the 20th arrondissement in Paris. This block is the last phase of a program to reorganize the mixed development zone in the “La Réunion” neighborhood.30 passive housing units
A tourist circuit opens the Grand Palais up to the city, extending the interior pathways with an exterior walkway on the roof of the Grand Palais. An observatory that sits atop the various spaces has been created for the public, granting viewers the ability to discover the materiality and architectural details of the roof structures from up close, and giving them completely new, sweeping views of Paris as well.
The Neue Hamburger Terrassen, which won the International Architecture Award for 2014, are the subject of an exhibit in Istanbul at the conference “The City and the World” during the Second Istanbul Design Biennial.