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FAIRE

FAIRE is the first accelerator for innovative urban design and architecture projects. FAIRE boosts urban projects and innovative architecture which ask, explore, disrupt the design and fabrication process of the city.
Intended for emerging and experienced architects who are involved in research, as well as for architecture students, the purpose of FAIRE is to be a driver for flourishing experimental architectural and urban practices.
FAIRE is lunched by the Pavillon de l'Arsenal and the City of Paris, with the support of the Ile-de-France Architects’ Association, the French ENSA architecture schools, industrial or real-estate figures and new economy players.
FAIRE supports and promotes the execution of full-scale prototypes within the framework of the Grand Paris project, assists and promotes applied research, promotes the use of new techniques, materials and building programs, and helps the execution of experimental constructions.
April 28th 2017

25 award-winning projects

FAIRE, first accelerator of innovative for urban and architectural projects, will be accelerating 25 projects which explore and examine innovative processes for designing cities and architecture of the future.
+ FAIRE PARIS 2017 .pdf / 139.05 Ko

Thursday, April 27th 2017

Announcement of FAIRE’s projects

On Thursday April, 27th at 6.00 pm at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal

Jean-Louis Missika, Deputy Mayor of Paris in charge of urbanism and architecture, will announce the selected projects as part of the first call of innovative urban design and architecture projects initiated by FAIRE ! And the winning teams will pitch to quickly present their own project(s) !

April 24th and 25th 2017

Pitch of 57 projects

Selected by a wide-ranging panel of experts, 57 projects will be presented to a jury by the projects owners on April, 24th and 25th 2017.

March 29th 2017

Analysis and selection of your projects

Regarding the 243 projects we have received, it took us some time to analyze your proposals and organize the next stages. On April 3rd, 4th and 5th, a wide-ranging panel of experts is going to appraise and judge your projects. The teams whose projects are selected will be invited to come and pitch their idea at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal on the mornings of April 24th and 25th.+ To know more about the process .pdf / 14.74 Ko

March 14th 2017

Thank you !

First session FAIRE is closed

Thank you to all the architects and multidisciplinary teams who participate and send a project ! 

March 9th 2017

Some questions about FAIRE ?

Discover the answers to yours questions

Why FAIRE ? Who can apply ? What kind of support ? What should i send in ? When is the deadline ? What kind of projects ? Our answers to your questions are online !

January 26th 2017

FAIRE

FAIRE platform opening

The Pavillon de l'Arsenal launch with the City of Paris FAIRE, Factory of Architecture Innovation, Research and Experimentation.

They support FAIRE

25 winnings projects

Discover the 25 award-winning projects
FAIRE, first accelerator for innovative urban and architecture projects+

25 WINNING PROJECTS 

Pavillon gonflable dynamique

Félix Chameroy, Clara Chotil, Alexandre Atamian, Léo Demont, Maud Lévy, Laura Mrosla
Sous la direction de Nicolas Leduc, Franck Minnaërt

Fab’Brick - fabrication de briques en t-shirt
Clarisse Merlet

IDDDEA, Impression 3D / Expérimentations / Architecture

XtreeE, Christian Pottgiesser Architectures possibles
Atelier climatique

Zero Energy Furniture

Mobilier à changement de phase pour économies d’énergie et amélioration du confort dans les bâtiments de la Ville de Paris
Raphaël Ménard & Jean-Sébastien Lagrange

Pont trampoline gonflable

Atelier Zündel Cristea

Frichkit, Un atelier nomade pour Carton Plein

Atelier A+1, Cézar Bazin, Octave Giaume, Inès Winckler
Carton Plein, Do Huynh

Architecture et Biodiversité - Penser un nouvel écosystème urbain

Chartier Dalix

Dispositif de compensation écologique des grands chantiers par la végétalisation des structures techniques de travaux

Magasin général, Frédéric Leyre, Clément Carrière & Nicolas Didier

Piscine écologique flottante

BASE, Clément Willemin, Pauline Renaud, Ulysse Blau, Kieu Mai Truong

Îlot vert, Démonstrateur flottant écologique

Romain de Santis, Axel de Stampa, Sophie Picoty

Un prototype en terre crue issue de déblais de chantier

Bellastock, CRAterre, Palabres

Un trésor de réemploi

Stratégies architecturales et programmatiques de réutilisation des verres cintrés de la « chenille » du Centre Pompidou
169-architecture

La pierre, ressource actuelle pour le territoire de la Métropole

Barrault & Pressacco

Le Pari de la Pierre, Réalisation d’un pavillon expérimental en pierre de taille

Collectif Pierre

Véloptimo, Un système de vélo partagés & recyclés entre particuliers, sur mesure

Acturba, Julien Langé & Marie Chabrol

2 pièces

GRAU, Susanne Eliasson & Anthony Jammes

Hall contributif

MAJMA, Martin Jaubert & Antoine Maitre, MNAi, Maya Nemeta

HOMY : Homes for the Odyssey of Metropolitan Youngsters

Concevoir un nouvel habitat pour le Grand Paris
Bond society / Re:bond, Pierre Antczak, Christelle Gautreau & Stéphanie Morio

Une tour des sports

NP2F + UCPA

Wagon-mouche - Aménagement d’un wagon de la ligne 6

S’il te plait Group

L’arbre sous l’eau

Une installation pour arbre, sonomètre et système d’arrosage. Un arbre, une sculpture urbaine, une fontaine
Antoine et Clément Bertin

Atelier mobilier en co-création

KOZ, Christophe Ouhayoun & Nicolas Ziesel

 « Parallel Monuments » : de la ville universelle à la ville des multitudes
Sébastien Martinez-Barat, Benjamin Lafore & Florian Jomain

IUDo - Un nouveau modèle pour faire la ville de demain

Benjamin Aubry, Erwan Bonduelle & Yves Lesteven

Actualiser Paris

Frédéric Druot, Anne Lacaton & Jean-Philippe Vassal  
the 243 projects and hearing the 57 teams.



JURY FAIRE


Jean-Louis Missika
Adjoint à la Maire de Paris, chargé de l’urbanisme, de l’architecture, des projets du Grand Paris, du développement économique et de l’attractivité

Michèle Zaoui
Conseillère Architecture et Espace public, Cabinet de la Maire de Paris

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Géraldine Ajax

Directrice de la communication et des relations institutionnelles, Grand Paris Aménagement

Valérie de Brem
Directrice générale d’Élogie-Siemp

François Brouat
Directeur de l’Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville
Président du collège des Ecoles nationales supérieures d’architecture 

Nathalie Chazalette
Architecte, Direction du Patrimoine et de l’Architecture de la Ville de Paris

Jean-Christophe Choblet
Responsable de la mission de Programmation, d’aménagement et d’expérimentation de l’espace public parisien, Secrétariat général de la Ville de Paris

Serge Contat
Directeur général de la RIVP

Anna Cremnitzer
Responsable Architecture et Développement Durable Immobilière 3F

Jean-François Danon
Directeur général de Paris Batignolles Aménagement et de la SEMAVIP

Jean-Michel Daquin
Architecte, Président du Conseil régional de l’Ordre des Architectes en Île-de-France

Valérie Flicoteaux-Melling
Architecte, Vice-présidente du Conseil régional de l’Ordre des Architectes en Île-de-France

Jean-Louis Fréchin
Directeur de Nodesign

Lina Ghotmeh
Architecte, LG-A

Bruno Gouyette
Responsable des Projets Petite ceinture ferroviaire et végétalisation des bâtiments, Secrétariat général de la Ville de Paris

Marine de la Guerrande
Architecte, Vice-présidente du Conseil régional de l’Ordre des Architectes en Île-de-France

Djamel Klouche
Architecte – urbaniste, l'AUC

Alexandre Labasse
Directeur général du Pavillon de l’Arsenal

Edith Lalliard
Directrice du Mécénat, Groupe Caisse des Dépôts 

Nicolas Ledoux
Directeur, Algoé Consultants

Valérie Mancret-Taylor
Directrice adjointe de l’urbanisme de la Ville de Paris

Caroline Poulin
Architecte – urbaniste, l'AUC

Claude Praliaud
Directeur de l’urbanisme de la Ville de Paris

Catherine Sabbah
Journaliste, Les Échos

Amina Sellali
Directrice de l'école Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Marne-la-Vallée

Antoine Viger-Kohler
Architecte, TVK architectes urbanistes




WIDE-RANGING PANEL OF EXPERTS


Céline Afchain
Responsable d’études, Grand Paris Aménagement

Dominique Alba
Directrice générale, APUR

Ann-José Arlot

Inspectrice Générale, Cheffe du service de l’Inspection Générale des affaires culturelles, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication

Albert Asseraf
Directeur de la stratégie, du marketing et des études, JCDecaux

Noé Basch
Fondateur, Lab Ingénierie

Francois Bellanger
Fondateur, Transit-City

Julien Beller
Fondateur et Président, Association Le 6B

Frédéric Bertrand
Chargé d’études, APUR

Christiane Blancot
Directrice des études ville et formes urbaines, APUR

Arnaud Boudon
Chef de projet communication globale, Élogie-Siemp

Franck Boutté
Ingénieur et architecte, Directeur Franck Boutté Consultants

Jacques Brochet
Responsable du bureau d’études amont et estimations, RATP

Fabien Boudrieres
Chef de projet, Gestion des déblais et études de pollution du sous-solArtemis (AMOG Projet du Grand Paris-Express)

Charlotte Cauwer
Pôle d’exploration des ressources urbaines (PEROU)

David Chambolle
Directeur, EVP Ingénierie

Thierry Deprost
Directeur général délégué, Fondation Palladio

Chloé Dubost
Chargée de projet, Élogie-Siemp

Elsa Durand
Chargée de mission auprès de la direction, EAV&T Marne-la-Vallée

Jérôme Flot
Directeur du patrimoine, Association Aurore

Catherine Franceschi-Zaharia
Enseignante, ENSA Paris-La-Villette

Guillaume Hébert
Co-fondateur, Une fabrique de la ville

Laurence Herbreteau
Chargée d’études, RATP

Olivier Imbert
Directeur de la maîtrise d’ouvrage, Élogie-Siemp

Christine Leconte
Secrétaire générale, Conseil régional de l’Ordre des Architectes en Île-de-France

Olivier Leblanc
Directeur général délégué, Élogie-Siemp

Céline Longuépée
Directrice de la communication, Ports de Paris

Frédéric Luccioni
Directeur général adjoint, Semapa

Claire Minart
Chargée de mission – Création d’entreprise, formation continue, apprentissage, EAV&T Marne-la-Vallée

Sandrine Morey
Directrice générale, Semapa

Mehand Meziani
Chargé d’études, APUR

Amélie Noury
Chargée d’études, APUR

Patricia Pelloux
Responsable des Sites et Infrastructures, GIP Paris 2024

Didier Perret
Responsable développement territorial, RATP

Jean-Christophe Quinton
Directeur, ENSA Versailles

Michèle Rabin-Roche
Directrice de Projet – Direction du Territoire Grand Paris Sud, Grand Paris Aménagement

Didier Rebois
Enseignant, ENSA Paris-La-Villette

Olivier Renard
Directeur de cabinet de Jean-Louis Missika, Ville de Paris

Hélène Schwoerer
Directrice générale, Paris Habitat

Céline Tignol
Chargée de la stratégie immobilière et des filiales, Direction Valorisation, Achats & Logistique, RATP 

Sylvie Vandenberghe
Directrice générale, Logis Transports

Daniel Vaniche
Architecte et ingénieur, Directeur associé, DVVD

Anne-Marie Villot
Chef de projet, APUR

Marion Waller
Conseillère Urbanisme et Attractivité, Cabinet de Jean-Louis Missika, Ville de Paris

Juliette Zylberberg
Directrice de la communication, Élogie-Siemp

FAIRE in question

Why FAIRE? Who can apply? What kind of support? What should I send in? When is the deadline? What kind of projects?
Find our answers to your questions !+

WHO CAN APPLY?

Is it possible to apply to FAIRE with an existing interdisciplinary team (including IT skills, etc.)?
YES, of course! Interdisciplinary teams are welcome! FAIRE Believes that diversifying approaches and connecting skills fosters innovation.

Can we present the project together, as a team of 8 = 5 students + 3 teachers?
Student/teacher teams from architecture schools can present projects; so can a class, a laboratory or an entire school section :-)

Can the same architect represent several project proposals, on different sites, with different teams?
YES, FAIRE does not set limits... not on the number of projects presented, or the sites where they may take place, or the teams represented by any single architect.

I am a trained interior designer and I cofounded a design and interior design agency, as well as a research group. With my training and experience, can I apply, or do you have to have an architecture degree?
Sorry, FAIRE is only for architects (DPLG, DESA, DE, HMONP) and students of architecture schools.


WHAT KIND OF SUPPORT?

Can you give me some details on the amount of funding possible?
FAIRE funds or helps find all or part of the funding necessary to develop the innovative projects and programs that are selected, no matter what their scale. The amount of financial support is therefore specific to each project, depending on what the teams need to carry out their studies and bring them to fruition.

What is the maximum amount that can be allocated to research projects?
FAIRE’s goal is to fund the preparatory studies and execution of projects. But because we don’t always get what we want… It is a good idea to define two budgets. One that covers the requirements to carry out a study based on an estimated schedule; and another, that estimates the execution phase, no matter what the form (prototype, demo…).

Does FAIRE host the structures of the projects that are selected?
FAIRE is not an incubator and cannot offer residencies; it is a project accelerator.


WHAT SHOULD I SEND IN?

Can you give us some details on what should be sent in, and on what is expected from a candidate?
Applications can be made exclusively through the online form, found on the following site: faireparis.com. For this first session, the project application deadline is March 13, 2017 at 23:59.

The form will ask you for the following information: • First: last name / first name / email / status / whether you are a member of the Architects’ Association (not mandatory) • Second: title of your project + statement of intent (maximum 3000 characters). In addition, to help us asses your project, you can attach an A4 PDF file (10 pages and five Mo maximum) describing the members of the team, your estimated schedule for the preliminary study phase and the execution phase, the budget and funding necessary for both phases, as well as graphic elements for anything else that could help us to understand your project.

Do we have to send in a complete file on our team’s subject (as is stipulated for a prototype file: PDF 10 pages), or is a statement of intent good enough?
The minimum requirement is a statement of intent, but adding a presentation file could facilitate comprehension of all types of projects.

Should it be a detailed statement of intent or do you expect graphic documents representing a “finished” product?
Graphic renderings of a finished project are not expected since FAIRE it helps you fund the time necessary for your study, as well.

I would like to know the requirements for the rendering (format: A4, A3, drawings?)
A 10-page maximum A4 PDF file, 5 Mo maximum

Does the maximum of 3000 characters include spaces or not?
A statement of intent can include 3000 characters without spaces, but we are not going to haggle over a couple of characters :-)

What do you mean by a fee and team schedule? Is it for the project management team? (economist, architect, etc...) What if the partners are companies, then how do we present it? Do you have a template schedule that we could use?
Base your presentation on your own logic and structure; there is no template form or typical economic analysis schedule to be used.

Is it possible to present more graphic documents to give a better understanding of our project?
You can present whatever you want to, as long as it is within the limit of 10 A4 pages and 5Mo maximum.


WHEN IS THE DEADLINE?

Is the deadline on March 12 or 13 mars at 23:59?
The deadline for submitting your project is Monday, March 13 at 23:59.


WHAT KIND OF PROJECTS?

What kinds of projects you expect?
FAIRE was designed to support, fund and/or find funding for and enhance urban and architectural projects, of all types and scales, selected for their vision, their values and the solutions that they propose in response to the major challenges that we can expect in the future (climate change, urban resilience, developments in lifestyles, economy of sharing, technological changes…). The proposal should simply explain how the project participates in these developments.

How advanced should the projects be? The subject that we are working on is only at the beginning stages of intention, and we would like to benefit from this “residency”, in partnership with your structure, to develop it and bring it to maturity.
That is exactly the FAIRE DNA! Supporting, helping, accompanying architects in the development of a project, bringing an idea to concrete execution, experimenting with research…

Are there any specific deliverables expected as part of a research project (publications…)?
FAIRE would like to share studies and innovation with as many people as possible. The project should include one or more presentations, demonstrations, construction or publication…, to be defined with the team.

Can you tell us whether there is a limit to the number of projects presented?
No, FAIRE imposes no limits... neither on the number of projects proposed, nor the sites where they may take place, nor the teams represented by a particular architect.

Does the project have to be designed for a specific site? Or can the concept be adapted to different contexts?
Certain projects can be site-specific, others can be more generic, but all of them should represent potential for metropolitan Paris

What are the terms of confidentiality and nondisclosure for the proposals that are not selected?
The proposals that are not selected by the jury remain confidential. They will not be communicated without written authorization from the project owner. The members of the jury make a commitment to respect the confidentiality of the projects and deliberations.

Are European agencies eligible to participate? (if they are not located in France?)
Yes, European teams can submit projects as part of the FAIRE call for projects.

When will the results be published?
FAIRE is innovating, adapting and evolving, too! Depending on the number of candidates we receive, the results will be announced as soon as possible.

Prototype

FAIRE supports the development of full-scale, experimental, ephemeral architecture projects in the greater Paris area. These pop-up architectures explore design processes, new usages, and urban, construction, environmental, technological and social innovations.+

Prototype

Developing pop-up architectures

FAIRE is the contracting authority for the prototypes. It also provides support to designers throughout the creation, construction and dismantling phases.

(Illustration) Circular pavilion, temporary construction made with recycled materials for the COP21, October 2015, in front of the Hôtel de Ville, Paris 4, Encore Heureux, architects, Pavillon de l’Arsenal, contracting authority

Fostering innovation

FAIRE experiments with temporary constructions in all types of public or private spaces in Paris – public squares, streets, parks, gardens, roofs, construction sites – that interact with everyone and incite their curiosity.

(Illustration) Inflatable pavilion, temporary exhibit space, October 2014, Paris Batignolles, Paris 17th arr., Hans-Walter Muller, architect, Pavillon de l’Arsenal and Paris Batignolles Aménagment, contracting authorities

Experimenting on site

FAIRE selects and and provides support to original architecture projects that contain many forms of urban, construction, environmental, technological and social innovation, and that reinvent design techniques, usages, and practices through these pop-up architectures.

(Illustration) Temporary playground, making sports an urban phenomenon, May 2014, Paris 4th arr., NP2F, architects, Pavillon de l’Arsenal, contracting authority

Experience

Promoting experimentation

FAIRE uses the Grand Paris project as a focal point for research and experimentation for architecture students.

FAIRE selects and supports the most ambitious project proposals submitted by architecture students.

FAIRE promotes all of the projects selected within the framework of the program, through real and virtual exhibits, communications and publications.

Experience

FAIRE offers a full program of experimentation, workshops, hackathons and competitions reserved to architecture students.+

Research

Fostering applied research

FAIRE supports studies carried out by teams of architects, whether recent graduates or seasoned professionals, who are developing innovative approaches to architecture and urban planning.

FAIRE fosters the conducting of research, analysis and experimentation that provides new, concrete perspectives on developing the cities of tomorrow. 

Research

FAIRE fosters the conducting of applied research projects that examine innovative architectural and urban approaches and which develop strategies for tactical urban planning.+

Construction

FAIRE provides support to experiments in construction that question traditional construction techniques through innovative programming and usages, new construction systems, and alternative modes of production and design.+

Construction

Exploring innovative systems

FAIRE is a program that “challenges” current construction techniques.
 
FAIRE also explores new construction systems and modes of production such as reuse, zero waste construction, organic materials, BIM, and combinations of materials.

FAIRE provides support to design teams, helping professionals assess the feasibility of their projects.

Networking

FAIRE is a platform for sharing, communication, and exchange among city actors.+

Networking

ANNOUNCEMENT OF FAIRE'S PROJECTS & 2nd APEROFAIRE

Thursday, April 27 2017 at 6 pm
2nd APEROFAIRE with the announcement of FAIRE's projects by Jean-Louis Missika, Deputy Mayor of Paris in charge of architecture and urbanism, and winning teams' pitch !

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