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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Today's archidose #617

Here is a tour of new buildings in Boulogne-Billancourt, France, by Laurent David Ruamps.

Pavilion Renault ZE (Zero Energy) by BOMA Architectes (2012):
Centre d’essais Renault ZE (zéro émission) [2012]- Boulogne-Billancourt

Le Monolithe by Saison Menu Architectes Urbanistes (2011):
Résidence Yves Kermen (le Monolithe) [2011]-  Boulogne-Billancourt

"Horizons" by Ateliers Jean Nouvel (2011):
Tour Horizons [2009-11]- Boulogne-Billancourt

Tour Horizons [2009-11]- Boulogne-Billancourt

Les Grandes Tables de l'île by 1024 Architecture (2011):
Restaurant les grandes tables de l'île Seguin [2011]- Boulogne-Billancourt

Restaurant les grandes tables de l'île Seguin [2011]- Boulogne-Billancourt

Le Pavillon sur l'île Seguin by Manh Architectures (2011):
Le Pavillon sur l'île Seguin [2011]-  Boulogne-Billancourt

Le Pavillon sur l'île Seguin [2011]- Boulogne-Billancourt

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6 comments:

  1. These design are the best design for the big buildings and seem to be inspired by the Japanese concepts .

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  2. I can see some of the Japanese influence. These examples particularly remind me of some of Frank Lloyd Wright's Japanese-inspired architecture, a more modern spin on traditional Japanese concepts.

    Beautiful photography as well.

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  3. I do also agree with the Paul and the Landscape architect, These designs seems to have a great influence of Japanese architecture. These are the great examples of big building architectures. I do personally like the last one - Le Pavillon sur l'île Seguin by Manh Architectures. I like the vibrant colors and a great design.

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  4. Why do I want to see all these projects in a heavy downpour? It seems like the rain would create unique spaces as well.

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  5. These are great examples of architecture. I can most certainly see that Japanese style influence here

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  6. What a great post.I see your post.These design are the best design for the big buildings and seem to be inspired by the Japanese concepts .Thanks for your post.

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