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We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Parisian Buildings. We cover completed Parisian buildings and new architectural designs.
We have 8 pages of Parisian Architecture selections with links to hundreds of individual project pages.
Paris Architecture : news + key projects
Paris Buildings : A-B (this page)
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Parisian Architecture – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:
Biscornet, Place de la Bastille
Design: [BP] Architectures
photograph : Sergio Grazia
Biscornet Paris – 26 Feb 2013
Is there an architect who has not dreamed of designing a building for the Biscornet site, which lay abandoned for so long? Its location is truly spectacular: slightly set back from the Place de la Bastille, it lies where the rue de Lyon and the road running along the canal basin meet; on one side you have a perspective towards the Gare de Lyon, on the other a view of the Bassin de l’Arsenal.
Design: Ofis Arhitekti, Slovenia
photograph : Tomaz Gregoric
Student Apartments Paris – 19 Feb 2013
The project is located on a long and very narrow site, on the edge of Parc La Vilette in Paris’s 19th district, within an urban development done by Reichen & Robert architects. On the northeast, new Paris tram route is passing along the site. The site is bordering with tram garage on the southwest, above which is a football field. The first 3 floors of the housing will inevitably share the wall with the tram garage.
70°SUD Boulogne-Billancourt, south west Paris
image © Julien Lanoo
70°SUD Boulogne-Billancourt – 27 Mar 2012
This project, for which the competition occurred in 2008, is the result of a complex transformation process in the city along with a precise economic context.
Located on the former site of the Renault factories in Boulogne-Billancourt, the concerned project is part of the Trapèze Ouest, one of the sector of the operation Ile Seguin-Rives de Seine, amongst the most important emerging centres in Ile-de-France.
Alésia and Mistral Cinema Theaters
Architect: Manuelle Gautrand Architecture
image © Luxigon
Alésia and Mistral Cinema Theaters – 10 Aug 2012
Building reconstruction and refurbishment development in Paris 14th arrondissement
Paris Buildings, alphabetical:
108 rue de Picpus – Social housing
photo : Benoit Fougeirol
Paris Social Housing
18th arrondissement Housing, 21 rue Pajol and 65 rue Philippe de Girard, Paris 18
photo : Julien Lanoo
18th arrondissement Housing
The driving idea guiding our project stems from the challenge of responding to the necessity for urban integration and creating optimum comfort for the residence’s occupants in a convivial and intimate environment.
PCA Philippe Chiambaretta Architecte
image © PCA Philippe Chiambaretta Architecte
American Center, Bercy, east Paris
Frank O. Gehry Associates
Apartment buildings, Rue des Suisses, Paris
Herzog de Meuron Architects
Arc de Triomphe / Triumphal Arch, Paris VIIIIe (Paris XVIe)
Jean François Thérèse Chalgrin, Architect; Guillaume Abel Blouet, Architect
Completed by Blouet, following the death of Chalgrin in 1811, the Arc de Triomphe was commissioned by Napoleon to celebrate victory at Austerlitz. It is the world´s largest triumphal arch and influenced the later La Grande Arche further along this formal urban axis of the Étoile. More a national monument than significant piece of architecture.
Argenteuil Centre Régional de la Musique et la Voix, Paris
Keith Williams Architects
Australian Embassy Building
Architects: Harry Seidler, with Marcel Breuer and Pier Luigi Nervi
picture © Rebecca Breun
Australian Embassy Building Paris
Autrement rue Rebière, Rue Pierre-Rebière, Paris 17
Christophe Rousselle Architecte & Nicolas Laisné Architecte
photo : Philippe Ruault
Autrement rue Rebière
Beaugrenelle Shopping Mall, 15th arrondissement
image from architects
Beaugrenelle Shopping Centre – 17 Feb 2012
In today’s increasingly competitive environment, the architecture of shopping malls has come to play a fundamental role in their commercial success. Architecture can distinguish the shopping environment to create a sense of specificity, of differentiation. Space can become a brand.
Berthold Lubetkin & Jean Ginsberg apartment, 25 Rue de Versailles
Bibliotheque Nationale / French National Library, Quai François-Mauriac 75706, Paris XIIIe
Henri Labrouste, Architect
A key Paris building that appears in most histories of world architecture.
The architect Labrouste was appointed in 1854.
Bibliothèque Nationale François Mitterand, 12 quai Panhard-Levassor, Paris XIIIe
Dominique Perrault Architects
picture © Georges Fessy / DPA / ADAGP
The largest of Mitterand´s Grand Projets for Paris: formed from four L-shaped corners of a square, 25 storeys tall on the banks of the Seine with a garden in the middle. Simple and powerful building, with a clear programme.
Bon Marché, Saint-Germain-des-Près, 7th arrondissement
Louis-Charles Boilleau and Gustave Eiffel
photograph © Adrian Welch
Famous Parisian department store
Buc Eco Hotel
ECDM + KLNB
image from architects
Buc Eco Hotel
Hotel building design with 82 guest rooms
Bureaux Zac Seguin – building IGH
ecdm – emmanuel combarel dominique marrec architectes
image from architects
Bureaux Zac Seguin
The creation of an emergent element is an opportunity to rethink the relationship between the new neighborhood of Le Trapèze and the Grand Paris area.
More Paris Building Designs online soon
President Mitterrand´s “Les Grands Projects” in Paris
lnstitut du Monde Arabe
Opéra de la Bastille
Cité de la Musique
Parc de la Villette
Bibliothèque Nationale François Mitterand
La Grande Arche de La Défense
Key Public Spaces in the city – Paris Squares & Parks
Paris Architect : Le Corbusier
Useful Links re Paris Buildings
The Arsenal Pavilion
Pavillon de l’Arsenal – Website: www.pavillon-arsenal.com
Galerie d’Architecture – Website: www.galerie-architecture.fr
Paris Art Gallery : Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin
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