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Vasconi Associes Architectes
Contemporary French Architecture Practice, Europe: Paris Design Studio Information
page updated 18 Aug 2016
Vasconi Associes – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by this Parisian architecture studio, alphabetical:
Medien-Hafen Buildings, Düsseldorf, Germany
Design: by Frank Gehry, Steven Holl, Ingenhoven Overdiek, Claude Vasconi, David Chipperfield Architects; buildings coming soon by JSK, Jo Coenen, Fumihiko Maki
MedienHafen is described thus, “In contrast to other cities, when modernising its harbour, Düsseldorf didn’t just attempt to wipe the slate clean, but decided to treat each lot individually and adapt it to its future users. Which meant that its docklands weren’t forced into a uniform corset. Instead such internationally famous architects as Frank O. Gehry, David Chipperfield, Joe Coenen, Steven Holl and Claude Vasconi were given an empty canvas to make their creative contribution to the skyline.”
Le 57 Métal, Renault site, Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris, France
Date built: –
aka Metal 57
renovation of the 57 metal Building – the former Renault factory designed by Claude Vasconi will be renovated by Parisian architects office Dominique Perrault Architecture (DPA) in association with BNP Paribas Real Estate.
Sludge Treatment Facility, Hong Kong – design contest win
An international architecture competition winner for the construction of one of the biggest Sludge Treatment Facilities in the world, next to Tuen Mun.
More architecture projects by Claude Vasconi Architects online soon
Location:58 Rue Monsieur, 75006 Paris, France
Vasconi Associes Architectes – Practice Information
Architect, born 1940 and died in 2009.
Design office based in Paris, France
The architectural practice started in Paris in 1973 and expanded in the 1990s with international offices in Berlin and Luxembourg.
A new architecture office was established in Hong Kong in 2010.
The current architectural firm was formed in 2010 by Thomas Schinko, as the continuation of renowned practice of his former Partner, the French Architect Claude Vasconi, who passed away in 2009.
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