Residence for researchers "Maison Julie-Victoire Daubié" by BRUTHER

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Architects
Collaborators
Design.- Chevalier-Masson. Landscape architect.- Franck Neau. Mechanical.- Inex. Structural engineering.- C&E. Collaborator (external).- Axio.
Builder
Sicra.
Client
RIVP.
Budget
€ 2,500 /m².
Area
Total area.- 1,020 sqm. Usable floor area.- 4,900 sqm.
Dates
Year began.- 2016. Year completed.- 2018.
Location
Paris, France.

Stéphanie Bru, Alexandre Theriot. BRUTHER

Founded in 2007 by Stéphanie Bru and Alexandre Theriot, BRUTHER works in the fields of architecture, research, education, urbanism and landscape.

It is all about relentlessly switching from a “performance” to another. To understand and to accept conceptual and constructive needs but also to be able to back down and unexpectedly encounter new experimentation and research areas. Their projects suggest a delicate balance between strategy and form, rigor and freedom, specific and generic, immediacy and evolutivity. Considering the program in its future, their projects stand for open infrastructures that fit an abundance of context possibilities and a wide malleability of uses.

Award Winner, Prix de l’Équerre d’argent, New Generation Research Center, Caen (Fr), 2016. Gold Award, Best Architects Awards, Cultural and Sport Center Saint-Blaise, Paris (Fr), 2016. Nominated, Prix Mies van der Rohe, Cultural and Sport Center Saint-Blaise, Paris (Fr), 2015.

The studio is the winner of the awards: Prix de l’Équerre d’argent for the New Generation Research Center in Caen (Fr), 2016. Gold Award, Best Architects Awards for the Saint-Blaise Cultural and Sports Center in Paris (Fr), 2016. In addition, the studio has been nominated for the Prix Mies van der Rohe for its Saint-Blaise Cultural and Sports Center in Paris (Fr), 2015.
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