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6 Jun 2016

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La Cité du Vin in Bordeaux, southwestern France
La Cité du Vin Bordeaux
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La Cité du Vin Bordeaux by X-TU
The Bordeaux-based wine museum and cultural center known as La Cité du Vin opened its doors on June 1, 2016.
It will draw visitors into an unparalleled discovery of wine-growing civilizations from all over the world.

X-TU – Latest Designs

Nanterre Apartment Block, Nanterre, northern France
Nanterre Apartment Block France
photo : Daisy Reillet
X-TU Architects – latest design – 13 Dec 2012
The architectural takes suggestions specifications and urban landscaping and wishes of a vertical fragmentation increased, and a breakdown in “skyline” of volumes.

Musée des Beaux-arts Reims, north east France
Musée des Beaux-arts Reims building
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Musée des Beaux-arts Reims – 11 Apr 2012
Competition for the Arts Museum of Reims
Total floor area: 13,700 m² SHON
Cost: 35,000,000 €

X-TU Architectes – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by X-TU Architects, Paris, alphabetical:

Chemistry University, Université Paris Diderot, UFR Paris, France
L' Universite Lavoisier Paris
photo © Dessade
Chemistry University Building, UFR Paris – 4 Oct 2012
It results from it a volume under which slides the slope. It is “tense” in its ends by relief’s which participate in» the anchoring «of plan in its environment (soil, streets, sky). An urban balcony on the quarter. A covered square leads to the foyer, which it accompanies in its rise towards the high level of the quarter.

Jeongok Prehistory Museum, South Korea
Jeongok Prehistory Museum South Korea
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Jeongok Prehistory Museum – 21 Apr 2011
“On the river side, in a winding landscape, a bridge stretched between two cliffs, a threshold, a bridge spanning a precipice…We wished to honour the riverside landscape which saw the birth of the first inhabitants of Korea, and acknowledge the beauty of the two hill curves echoing the river meanders.”

Police Station Saint-Denis, Paris, France
Design led by Anouk LEGENDRE + Nicolas DESMAZIERES
Police Station Saint-Denis Paris
photo : JM Monthiers

Police Station Saint-Denis – 9 Oct 2012
The Plinth unfolds itself along the elevation creating set backs and notches where the different volumes snap in or detach themselves from. This interaction creates a tension link between the volumes. The sculptural as well as urban solution, anticipates the future buildings in the surrounding parcels. It is an urban sculpture shaped by its environment.

Seas of the World – Concept Architecture
Seas of the World Concept Design
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Seas of the World
“In 2010 the inhabitants of the virtual world decided to build a real city, designed on principles of sharing, networking resources, ecological symbiosis: an offshore city free an island … they have one mission: clean up the cities, transforming them polluting carbon dioxide they exploit the biochemical energy algae.”

20 May 2013
Patrick Roger Boutique, La Madeleine, Paris, France
Patrick Roger Boutique Paris
photo : Boegly
Patrick Roger Boutique in Paris
This project was the discovery of the work, sculptures and workshop Patrick Roger. Through him the chocolate has emerged as a world of flavor, taste, and as a material for reversible property changes state from solid to liquid state.

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