Montmartre Wintergarden Housing by Atelier Kempe Thill

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Fres Architectes
Competition.- Team Atelier Kempe Thill.- André Kempe, Oliver Thill, Thomas Antener, Pauline Durand, Andrius Raguotis, Karel Kubza. Partner architects team.- Fres Architectes with Laurent Gravier, Sara Martin Camara. Planning and realisation.- Team Atelier Kempe Thill.- André Kempe, Oliver Thill, Thomas Antener, Louis Lacorde, Pauline Durand, Andrius Raguotis, Martins Duselis, Anne-laure Gerlier, Jitske Torenstra, Jan-Gerrit Wessels, Marion Serre. Partner architectsteam.- Fres Architectes with Laurent Gravier, Sara Martin Camara, Killian Roland, Diane Roman, Artur Almeida.
Urban planner.- Atelier Choiseul. Urban planning supervisor.- Romain Montet. Landscape architect.- Christine Dalnoky. Building Physics.- ALTO Ingénierie. Structural Engineer.- VP&Green. Service Engineer, Electrical and Climate Installations.- ALTO Ingénierie. Quantity Surveyor.- Bureau BMF. Tender documents.- Bureau BMF.
Paris Habitat OPH
General Contractor.- Outarex. Aluminum façade.- France 2000. Winter Garden façade.- France 2000. Aluminium window system.- Technal (Sapa). Wintergarden sliding doors.- Technal (Sapa). Aluminium cladding.- Colorissime by Arval (ArcelorMittal). Steel balustrades.- LPP. Floor system entrance hall.- Paint. Floor apartments.- Itec. Lift.- Kone. Postboxes.- Renz. Lighting.- Sammode. Kitchens.- Moderna. Winter garden curtains.- Isocolor de Isotiss. Installations.- RPCS.
Site area.- 1.450 m². Building size.- 5.598 m². (gross - incl. parking). Building volume.- 17.783 m³.
50 winter garden apartments, dental clinic and mother and child protection centre on top of underground parking garage for 31 places.
Total building budget.- € 7.300.000 (excl. VAT) incl. technical installations. € 1304 /m2-gross (excl. VAT) (incl. parking).
Commission.- October 2011. Planning process.- May 2012– September 2012. Building permit.- September 2013. Building process.- June 2014 – May 2016.
64 rue Binet. Porte de Montmartre, 18th arrondissement. 75018 Paris, France.
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André Kempe-Oliver Thill ATELIER KEMPE THILL

Atelier Kempe Thill architects and planners was founded in 2000 by the two German architects, André Kempe (’68) and Oliver Thill (’71), following their Europan 5 winning proposal of three hundred dwellings in Kop van Zuid, Rotterdam. While this project didn’t result in a commission, the office survived the recession of 2002-2004 and has been able to position itself well within the European architectural scene. In the last fifteen years the practice has grown from a ‘two-man band’ to a stable, medium-sized office with around twenty five employees.

The office’s range of work has systematically broadened since its foundation. Beginning with collective housing and small public building commissions, the practice portfolio has developed to include large renovation, infrastructure and urban design projects. Single-sided specialisation and the consequent limitations have been avoided through the wide diversity of commissions; as a result the practice is also more economically stable. Since its foundation, Atelier Kempe Thill has tried not to limit itself to the Netherlands, but instead establish itself within the wider European market. Through its participation in over one hundred and twenty international competitions, the office has acquired commissions in the Austria, Belgium, Egypt, France, Germany, Morocco, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

Atelier Kempe Thill is becoming increasingly well known in architectural circles. In the last fifteen years the office has appeared in around five hundred publications worldwide, amongst which were two monographs. In addition, the office’s partners have given more than two hundred lectures. This professional recognition enables the office to acquire increasingly complex projects and compete with the larger, more commercial practices.



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