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29 Jul 2016
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Veolia Headquarters, Porte d’Aubervillers, Paris, France
The dynamics and future urban density of this new neighbourhood, as well as the orientation of the site, the vastness of the sky and the proximity to the water are the prerequisites for the implementation of the project.
The aim is to create a modern working environment that gives this special place a strong identity, in particular by linking architecture and landscape.
With eight levels of superstructure and three of infrastructure, the project does not exceed the limits of the plot. Towards Avenue Victor Hugo, the project presents a strong urban façade which participates actively in the urban development and serves at the same time as an acoustic barrier. In the East, the volume opens towards the water, revealing its interior spaces. The withdrawals in the higher levels correspond on the one hand to urban regulation, but also to the desire of bringing more sun and natural light into the building.
The garden develops on three levels and offers different atmospheres. The three outdoor areas are inspired by natural environment, yet they are part of a precious landscaping design concept that offers refreshing green islands. The garden in the courtyard serves as a background for the visual continuity with the channel and guarantees a visual depth.
Client: CI 68 Victor Hugo
Landscape planning: Vogt Landscape Architects
Start planning: 01 | 2013
Start construction: 03 | 2014
Completion: 07 | 2016
Surface: 48 300 m²
SOCIAL HOUSING CASTAGNARY, Paris, France
10 social housing units and retail space
Client: RIVP Paris
Completion: 08 | 2016
Surface: 881,3 m²
EXTENSION LYCEE FRANCAIS, Vienna, Austria
Client: Lycée Français de Vienne
Completion: 10 | 2016
Surface: 350 m² extension
FOOT – AND CYCLE BRIDGE OVER THE DOCKS, Cherbourg, France
Client: Ports Normands Associés
Completion: 09 | 2016
Total length: 127 m
Moveable section: 24 m
11 May 2016
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Université de Provence à Aix-en-Provence – Nature instead of Technology, France
photograph : Sergio Grazia
Université de Provence à Aix-en-Provence
The architect’s concept strives for a close relationship to the existing buildings. Erected in the 1960s these buildings are characterised by a striking architectural signature: an emphatic repetition of arcades that produces a compressed vertical rhythm.
Headquarters LMH, north east France
photos : David Boureau
New Headquarters Lille Métropole Habitat – added 5 Dec 2015
The new headquarters for the social housing organization in the metropolitan area of Lille, LMH, is located on the boulevard Gambetta in Tourcoing, a major road connecting Lille and its surrounding communities.
Danube University, Krems, Austria
photo : Barbara Feichtinger
Danube University Krems – added 9 Jan 2012
The building programme for the new campus includes the erection of a new university of applied sciences, a film gallery with a study centre, an auditorium, a library as well as numerous other facilities for the existing and rapidly expanding Danube University.
ZAC Claude Bernard, Paris, France
photograph : David Boureau
ZAC Claude Bernard – 6 Jan 2012
The apartments are laid out on a grid of 3m20 and offer a multitude of types from studios to large 4/5 room apartments. One of the major topics has been the possible evolution by combining the apartments and adapting them to new situations over generations. The plan, composed of modules allows to reorganize and to resize the apartments.
Le Mont-Saint-Michel Causeway, north west France
Design: Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes
image : Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes
Le Mont-Saint-Michel Causeway – 8 Oct 2012
“Mont St-Michel derives all its strength from the landscape in which it stands erect, as the only point of intensity in the infinite flatness of the sands, neither truly an island nor really a peninsula. The one imperative of the project was not to disturb the spirit of the place in connection with this ambiguous status and the lack of landmarks or scale. Visitors must continue to be lost in contemplation. Their walk is a place for sensations, for becoming immersed in the immensity of it all. The approach is as much a trip as a stop; it has to take a little time to get to this ‘somewhere else’ lost in the distance on the marine horizon.
Passerelle Valmy, Paris, France
photo : David Boureau
Valmy Footbridge – 2 Aug 2011
Linking the west part of the Parisian financial district La Défense with the city of Nanterre via the recently erected high rise building “Tour Granite”, this 90 m long footbridge winding through a dense architectural tissue is a modern urban promenade based on an ambitious structural concept.
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Verkaufs- und Finanzzentrale voest alpine Stahl Gmbh, Austria
Financial and commercial department of Voest Alpine Stahl GmbH
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photo © Josef Pausch
Voest Steelworks Offices
Office building for Voest Alpine in Linz, Austria by Architect Dipl.-Ing. Dietmar Feichtinger
The new building and the existing tower are in a dialogue that clearly defines the opposite of to the vertical element of the blue tower to the horizontal shape of the new sales and financial center (VFZ). The wide overhang of the head of VFZ symbolizes the industrial ambitious claim of modern innovative and efficient company.
Kunsthaus Weiz, southeast Austria
photo © Paul Ott
The community lacked an adequately meeting hall. Through the erection of a new fire station at the edge of Weiz a site at the heart of the town became available, directly opposite the headquarters of the local industrial giant. The location is marked by small, two-storey baroque and 19th century buildings, the street grid and the squares of the immediately adjoining old town are essentially mediaeval. The response to this situation is subtle and intelligent.
Passerelle Simone de Beauvoir, Paris, France
photo : David Boureau
Simone de Beauvoir Footbridge
The pedestrian bridge with a length of 304 meters links the new districts of Paris- Bercy and Tolbiac – and at the same time the new national french library with the Park Tolbiac. Flying above the busy freeways which track the Seine, the footbridge touches down on the quayside promenades and links the public plaza of the National Library with the new Bercy Park beyond the river, thus ensuring the centre-stage role of the Seine which it plays in the heart of Paris.
Taufkirchen School, Munich, Germany
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The Bilger Breustedt Elementary and Secondary school is open to nature with bright, sunny and spacious classrooms, and well-defined and readable outdoor function areas. The parking and transport sector in the North is delimited by the main building. 50 parkings and the holding area for school buses are there.
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