Two ways of facing the street. Le Copenhague by Christophe Rousselle

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Project team
Project Chief.- Jean Phillipe Marre.
Technical Studies.- Gleize energie. Structure.- Kuzu concept.
Site Area.- 324,82 sqm. Built Area.- 1392 sqm.
€2,2 M.
Starting Year.- 2015. Finishing Year.- 2019.
Structure.- Concrete-reinforced wood, finished with a light grey tint. Covering.- Madera, stainless steel losa borders. Window frames.- Termopanel, French window, wooden frames and aluminium roller shutters RAL 7021 (black). Barands.- Termopanel glass.
Boulevard Rouget de Lisle, Montreuil, France.

Christophe Rousselle

Christophe Rousselle. The studio of architect urbanist Christophe Rousselle was founded in 2004 and develops projects mainly in France, Asia and Latin America. Recognized for its signature conceptual work, Christophe Rousselle designs projects based on experimentation with the notion of “open volume,” proposing a singular image each for project.

Prize winner of the Nouveaux Albums des Jeunes Architectes in 2006, Christophe Rousselle is also known for being regularly invited to work on the themes of densification and height in France and abroad. Each project undertaken by the firm meet rigorous requirements with regard to environmental quality and integrates thinking from diverse thematic fields such as spatial planning, design and even sociology. A specific approach that clearly posits the notion of sustainable development as a driver of creativity for the architectural heritage of tomorrow.



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