Color over the city. Nolistra by LAN architecture and TOA architects

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Lead architects.- LAN architecture. Associate architects.- TOA Architects.
Associate architects.- TOA. Structure.- CTE. Fluids.- Illios. Environment.- Archimed. Technical control.- Socotec. NF Habitat Certification.- Ingerop.
Plot A.- 62 housing units in free and social accession. Plot B.- 30 intermediate rental units. Plot C.- 23 intermediate rental units. Plot D.- Offices. Plot E.- 22 social rental housing units. Plot F.- 24 social rental housing units. Plot G.- 17 social housing units. Plot H.- Hotel Aloft 123 rooms.
Plot A.- Stones & Territories. Plot B.- CDC Habitat. Plot C.- Domial.  Plot D.- Domial/Housing Action.  Plot E.- Ophea. Plot F.- Domial.  Plot G.- Domial.  Plot H.- Naos.
Total area.- 21,542sqm. Plot A.- 4,248sqm. Plot B.- 1,726sqm. Plot C.- 1,245sqm. Plot D.- 2,756sqm. Plot E.- 1,576sqm. Plot F.- 1,638sqm. Plot G.- 1,224sqm. Plot H.- 4,860sqm.
€ 37,000,000.
November 2015.- Winners of the restricted competition organised by Adim Est. July 2017.- Start of construction. January-February 2021.- Completion of the works.
Route de Vienne - Rue de la Colonne ZAC Étoile, block ZD6, Strasbourg, France.

Benoit Jallon, Umberto Napolitano. LAN Architecture

Benoit Jallon. 18th May 1972 Grenoble (fr). Fascinated by the body’s structure with its logical organisation, layers and strata, Benoit Jallon first turned to medical studies. However, his need for involvement and creativity soon led him to begin studying architecture. He graduated from the Villette School of Architecture in 2001 with a special mention from the jury. Curiosity and a thirst for knowledge have led him to travel widely, particularly in Italy.

Umberto Napolitano. 27th November 1975 Naples (it). Umberto Napolitano began his architectural studies in Italy and completed them in France at the Villette School of Architecture where he graduated in 2001 with a special mention from the jury. He rapidly developed a critical approach to the separation between theory and practice. In parallel with his architectural education, he also worked with a number of architects. His involvement in Franco-American workshops has given his work an international flavour and allowed him to absorb other cultures and skills.

LAN (Local Architecture Network) was created by Benoît Jallon and Umberto Napolitano in 2002. LAN has received several awards: the Nouveaux Albums de la Jeune Architecture (NAJA) prize awarded by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication (2004); the International Architecture Award from the Chicago Athenaeum and the European Urban Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies, the Archi-Bau Award, the Special Prize at the 12th World Triennale of Architecture, Sofia (2009); the AR Mipim Future Projects Award and the Europe 40 Under 40 Award (2010). In 2011 the office was awarded at the LEAF Awards with the Best Sustainable Development in Keeping with its Environment prize and at the SAIE Selection Awards.


Nicholas Dalton. TOA Architects

Nicholas Dalton is a registered architect and the founder and director of Tãmaki Makaurau Office Architecture Limited, TOA Architects.

Nicholas studied architecture at Victoria University before transferring to Auckland University and completing his Bachelor of Architecture with First Class Honours. In 2003 he received the National Award for 'Desing Student of the Year' for his project Nga Puna Ora, in Bastion Point, Auckland.



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