empire state, under construction

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empire state, under construction

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dom-ino:

dom-ino doodle #2

dom-ino:

dom-ino doodle #2

from dom-ino
dom-ino:

dom-ino doodle #1

dom-ino:

dom-ino doodle #1

from dom-ino
monfort théâtre version mju on Flickr.claude parent architecte

monfort théâtre version mju on Flickr.

claude parent architecte

restaurant du campus du cea à saclay, a set on Flickr.

pictures of the refurbishment of the august perret’s restaurant for the campus of the CEA at saclay, france, by olivier delaittre architects.

bill viola au grand palais, “ascension”.

bill viola au grand palais, “ascension”.

untitled on Flickr.
maison de l’iran, today (06.24.2014)
claude parent, andré bloc, mohsen foroughi and heydar ghiai architects

untitled on Flickr.

maison de l’iran, today (06.24.2014)

claude parent, andré bloc, mohsen foroughi and heydar ghiai architects

maison de l’iran claude parent, andré bloc, mohsen foroughi and heydar ghiai architects

maison de l’iran
claude parent, andré bloc, mohsen foroughi and heydar ghiai architects

tour bois-le-prêtre, a set on Flickr.

A project by Raymond Lopez in 1957, completely disfigured by a renovation in the 1990s and then renovated again by Frédéric Druot and Lacaton & Vassal between 2006 and 2012.

more info here and here

maison du peuple de clichy, a set on Flickr.

Built in 1935 by marcel lods and eugène beaudoin, the program for this building was very complex for its time : it was supposed to have a covered market, offices and meeting rooms, a conference room and a cinema. The architects, along with the engineer vladimir bodianksy and with jean prouvé, created a simple volume with surprising flexibility, with walls on rails that could be easily moved removed to determine spaces according to the needs of the program each day.

Although it was conceived in 1935, the building, with its curtain wall (the first one built in france), it looks extremely contemporary. It was given “national monument” status in 1983, and has been the object of a slow restoration ever since. So slow, actually, that parts of the restored building are already beginning to deteriorate.

more info here