Avenier & Cornejo. After graduating from the architecture school of Paris-Malaquais, Christelle Avenier and Chilean-born Miguel Cornejo were short-listed for the Robert Auzelle prize "LumiËres de la Ville" and won funding from Electra (ElectricitÈ De France), with a projec...read more
This building, in its architects words, is a "little machine for living". This statement, added to the public space in the third floor, where the building hosts several public facilities as a kindergarden, a gym or a library, remind us the UUnité d'Habitation of Le Corbusier. Its recovering vision bring us back a residential building which, housing those facilities, works as a social condenser.
Architects.- Chartier Dalix Architects & Avenir Cornejo Architects.
Associated Architects.- Chartier Dalix & Avenir Cornejo.
Project Manager.- Miguel Cornejo, Christelle Avenier, Alexis Martin, Ignacio Echeverria Pascale Dalix, Frèdèric Chartier, Mathieu Terme.
Project Team.- F. Bougon [cost estimating], CFERM [mechanical engineer], E.V.P. [structural engineer], F. Bouttè [high environmental quality - HQE].
Consultant.- Les produits de l'èpicerie [graphic designer], Acoustibel [acoustics].
Client.- RIVP Régie Immobilière de la Ville de Paris, Project Manager Gaulle Jacquet.
Site surface.- 1 750 m²
Built surface.- 9 300 m²
Budget.- 19 600 000 euros.
Satus.- Completed in October 2013.
Programme.- 240 studios for young workers and migrants, kindergarten and shared facilities.
Location.- Paris [20°].
Photography.- Luc Boegly & Samuel Lehuede.
Constructor.- GTM Bâtiment.
Location.- Angle rue du Docteur Gley / rue Paul Meurice. Paris 75020, France.
Date.- November 2009 (competition), February 2010 (request), October 2013 (finish).
Chartier Dalix Architects. Since its creation in 2006 by Frèdèric Chartier and Pascale Dalix, Chartier Dalix architects office directs its research towards a balance between location and projection, between what is given and what can go further. The constraints are thus considered as t...read more