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FAIRE PARIS

Calls for innovative urban projects

© DR Launched in 2017 by the Pavillon de l'Arsenal and the City of Paris, with the support of Caisse des Dépôts and in collaboration with MINI, the FAIRE platform invites multi-targeted teams, architects, urban planners, landscape architects, engineers, designers, to propose innovative research and experimental projects to meet major urban challenges: climate, materials crisis, new technologies, solidarity, cleanliness, mobility.... With more than 26 projects already accelerated since 2017, 6 published studies, 18 prototypes tested or in the process of being tested, a digital application in development and a new type of real estate development whose first building permits will be launched in 2019 and more than a hundred partners involved, FAIRE is a true collective laboratory of innovative practices.

Launched in 2017 by the Pavillon de l'Arsenal and the City of Paris, with the support of Caisse des Dépôts and in collaboration with MINI, the FAIRE platform invites multi-targeted teams, architects, urban planners, landscape architects, engineers, designers, to propose innovative research and experimental projects to meet major urban challenges: climate, materials crisis, new technologies, solidarity, cleanliness, mobility.... With more than 26 projects already accelerated since 2017, 6 published studies, 18 prototypes tested or in the process of being tested, a digital application in development and a new type of real estate development whose first building permits will be launched in 2019 and more than a hundred partners involved, FAIRE is a true collective laboratory of innovative practices.


@FAIRE_PARIS

  • 22 / 07    18:37
    RT @ParissudA: Un Pavillon éphémère et solidaire @FAIRE_PARIS 👏🏼 issu du réemploi de matériaux d’équipements publics. https://t.co/SgJbvuHW…
  • 22 / 07    18:37
    RT @spl_ParisMGP: Un beau projet d’économie circulaire qui se concrétise ! 👏aux équipes de AAVPArchitecture avec Mobius Réemploi, Labs ing…
  • 22 / 07    15:06
    Nouvelle vie pour 1200🚪de l’ancien hôpital de Saint-Vincent-de-Paul transformées en mobiliers par des femmes et des… https://t.co/jcECjCNfmj