Mediterranean Institute of Cities and Territories in Marseille by NP2F Architectes

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Architects
Nicolas Guérin.- Paul Maitre Devallon.- Fabrice Long.- François Chas
Collaborating architects
Marion Bernard. Manon Gaillet.- Sylvain Berard.--- Point Suprême Architects. Marianna Rentzou.- Konstantinos Pantazis.--- Odile Seyler & Jacques Lucan architectes. Jacques Lucan
Collaborators
Atelier Roberta Paysage.- DVVD.- ALTO.- VPEAS.- Peutz.- 8’18’’
Location
Boulevard Nédelec, Plot Ab02-03 of ZAC Saint-Charles
Client
Ministry of Culture
Delegated project management
Oppic
Competition launch
July 2017
Jury
December 2017
Estimated delivery
September 2021
Competitors
Marc Barani Architects.- Aires Mateus Architects.- W-Architectures
Floor area
12,500sqm (+ 8,500sqm of outdoor spaces)

architectes NP2F

NP2F is an architecture practice created in 2009 by Nicolas Guérin, Paul Maitre Devallon, Fabrice Long and François Chas. Together, 12 people work between Nice and Paris and intervene in many cities in France and abroad. The projects on which the NP2F practice work are architectural as well as and urban. Its fields of competence are sports, housing, cultural and educational buildings, relaxation and catering spaces, and public spaces.

The practice has acquired a strong knowledge in spaces for sports in the Parisian metropolis whilst being a scientific curator to the exhibition “Sports, portrait of a metropolis” for the Pavillon de l’Arsenal in 2014.

Today, the practice is developing 127 housing units for the mutation of the Caserne de Reuilly (Paris 12th) and the Sports Cathedral of Bordeaux Brazza.

Prizes:
- LafargeHolcim Awards 2017 Recognition Prize, Europe – Main category for the project the Sports Cathedral of Bordeaux Brazza.
- Équerre d’Argent category « Culture, Youth and Sport » in 2016 with « Caractère Spécial » for the National Centre of Circus Arts Châlons-en-Champagne, also nominated the same year for the Mies Van Der Rohe prize.
- AJAP (Album of Young Architects and Landscapers) attributed by the Culture Ministry in 2010

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