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FAIRE 2017

25 winning projects

Launched by the Pavillon de l’Arsenal with the support of the City of Paris, the Caisse des Dépôts and in partnership with the Ordre régional des architectes of the Ile-de-France, the National schools of architecture in Paris and the surrounding area and the Urban school of the Faculty of Political Science, FAIRE is an experimental platform intended for architects whose ambition is to facilitate the realization of scale 1 prototypes within the Grand Paris, to accompany and promote applied research and favor the implementation of new processes, materials and construction programs.

Launched by the Pavillon de l’Arsenal with the support of the City of Paris, the Caisse des Dépôts and in partnership with the Ordre régional des architectes of the Ile-de-France, the National schools of architecture in Paris and the surrounding area and the Urban school of the Faculty of Political Science, FAIRE is an experimental platform intended for architects whose ambition is to facilitate the realization of scale 1 prototypes within the Grand Paris, to accompany and promote applied research and favor the implementation of new processes, materials and construction programs.+

 The first call for candidates ended on March 13th, 2017 with 243 projects received and backed by architects, students of the National Architecture schools and by other multidisciplinary teams. The 243 projects were first evaluated and judged by a wide panel of experts that selected 57 projects to be auditioned by the final jury. On April 27th, 2017, Jean-Louis Missika, assistant to the Mayor of Paris and foreman of the jury announced 25 prize-winning FAIRE projects, 1st accelerator of innovative urban and architectural projects.

Inflatable bridge, unpublished economic models, to densify and valorize the suburban fabric, the system of revegetation of scaffolding, a new services providing shelters and shared bikes, participative monuments in enhanced reality… FAIRE will help propel these 25 projects that explore and question the City’s innovative design processes and the architecture of tomorrow.

« During the call for innovative projects “Reinventing Paris”, the FAIRE platform will help provide ample room for experimentation in urban and architectural projects. We want to allow young architects, as well as students, to test their life-size solutions. FAIRE will take on the role of forerunner in Paris, in terms of temporary, tactical and innovative town planning.»

Jean-Louis Missika
Deputy Mayor of Paris, in charge of town planning, architecture, the Grand Paris project, economic development and attractiveness.

«  The FAIRE ecosystem is designed to accompany and valorize architects who are committed to constructing change in the world »
Alexandre Labasse
Director of the Pavillon de l'Arsenal


FAIRE JURY 



Jean-Louis Missika 
Deputy Mayor of Paris, in charge of town planning, architecture, the Grand Paris, economic development and attractiveness

Michèle Zaoui 
Architecture and Public space Adviser, Mayor of Paris Office


Géraldine Ajax 
Director of Communications and Institutional Relations, Grand Paris Organization


Valérie de Brem
Chief Executive Officer of Élogie-Siemp


François Brouat 
Director of the Paris-Belleville Graduate School of Architecture
President of the National Schools of Architecture College


Nathalie Chazalette 
Architect, Department of Heritage and Architecture of the City of Paris 


Jean-Christophe Choblet 
Responsible for Programming, organization and experimenting with public spaces in Paris, General Secretary of the City of Paris

Serge Contat
Managing director of the RIVP


Anna Cremnitzer
In charge of Structures and Sustainable development Immobilière 3F


Jean-François Danon 
Managing director of Paris Batignolles Aménagement and of SEMAVIP


Jean-Michel Daquin
 Architect, Chairman of the Regional Council of the Order of Architects in Ile-de-France


Valérie Flicoteaux-Melling 
Architect, Deputy chairman of the Regional Council of the Order of Architects in Ile-de-France


Jean-Louis Fréchin
Director of Nodesign


Lina Ghotmeh
Architect, LG-A


Bruno Gouyette 
In charge of Projects in the city’s inner ring and revegetation of buildings, General Secretary of the City of Paris 


Marine de la Guerrande 
Architect, Deputy chairman of the Regional Council of the order of Architects in Ile-de-France


Djamel Klouche 
Architect - town planner, AUC


Alexandre Labasse 
Director of the Pavillon de l’Arsenal


Edith Lalliard
Director of Sponsorship, Caisse des Dépôts Group


Nicolas Ledoux
Director, Algoé Consultants


Valérie Mancret-Taylor
Deputy director of town planning of the City of Paris


Caroline Poulain
 Architect - town planner, AUC


Claude Praliaud
Director of town planning for the City of Paris


Catherine Sabbah
Journalist, Les Echos


Amina Sellali
Director of the Marne-la-Vallée Graduate School of Architecture



Antoine Viger-Kohler
Architect, TVK town planners / architects



PANEL OF EXPERTS 


Céline Afchain
Responsible for studies, Grand Paris Organization

Dominique Alba
Managing director, APUR

Ann-José Arlot
General Inspector, Head of the General Inspectorate of cultural affairs, Ministry of Culture and Communication


Albert Asseraf
Head of Strategy, marketing and studies, JCDecaux


Noé Basch
Founder, Lab Ingénierie


Francois Bellanger
Founder, Transit-City


Julien Beller
Founder and President, Association The 6B


Frédéric Bertrand
Research analyst, APUR


Christiane Blancot
Director of studies city and urban forms, APUR


Arnaud Boudon
Project manager global communication, Élogie-Siemp


Franck Boutté
Engineer and architect, Director Frank Boutté Consultants


Jacques Brochet
Responsable of upstream studies and estimations, RATP


Fabien Boudrieres
Project Leader, Management of debris and studies on basement pollution Artemis (AMOG project for the Grand Paris Express)


Charlotte Cauwer
Exploration branch for urban resources (PEROU)


David Chambolle
Director, EVP Engineering


Thierry Deprost
Chief Operating Officer, Palladio foundation


Chloé Dubost

Project officer, Élogie-Siemp


Elsa Durand
Project officer for the direction, EAV&T Marne-la-Vallée


Jérôme Flot
Director of heritage, Aurore association


Catherine Franceschi-Zaharia
Professor, Paris-La-Villette Graduate School of Architecture


Guillaume Hébert
Co-founder, Une fabrique de la ville


Laurence Herbreteau
Research Officer, RATP


Olivier Imbert
Directeur of project ownership, Élogie-Siemp


Christine Leconte
General Secretary, Regional Council of the Order of Architects in Ile-de-France


Olivier Leblanc
Chief Operative Officer, Élogie-Siemp


Céline Longuépée
Director of communication, Ports of Paris


Frédéric Luccioni
Assistant Director General, Semapa


Claire Minart
 Advisor - Business start-up, in-service training, learning, EAV&T Marne-la-Vallée


Sandrine Morey
Managing director, Semapa


Mehand Meziani
Research analyst, APUR


Amélie Noury
Head of Studies, APUR


Patricia Pelloux
Responsable for Sites and Infrastructures, GIP Paris 2024


Didier Perret
Responsable for territorial development, RATP


Jean-Christophe Quinton
Director, Versailles Graduate School of Architecture


Michèle Rabin-Roche
Project Manager - Direction of South Grand Paris Territory, Grand Paris Organization


Didier Rebois
Professor, Paris-La-Villette Graduate School of Architecture


Olivier Renard
Chief of Staff for Jean-Louis Missika, City of Paris


Hélène Schwoerer
Managing Director, Paris Habitation


Céline Tignol
In charge of real estate strategy and subsidiaries, Business Development, Purchases and Logistics, RATP 


Sylvie Vandenberghe
Managing Director, Housing Transport


Daniel Vaniche
Architect and engineer, Associate Director, DVVD


Anne-Marie Villot
Project Leader, APUR


Marion Waller
Urbanism and Attractiveness Advisor, Jean-Louis Missika's Cabinet, City of Paris


Juliette Zylberberg
Director of communication, Élogie-Siemp


Winners

July - September 2017

Fab'brick

Clarisse Merlet

From July to September 2017, Fab'brick entered an experimentation phase at the Pavillon de l'Arsenal to transform t-shirts made from unusable cotton into construction material.

11-22 july 2018 at la Villette

Ilot Vert

Romain de Santis, Axel de Stampa, Sophie Picoty

Floating rig made from waste collected from the Seine and other Parisian canals offering up fun bathing area whilst also making the public aware of pollution.

Study in progress

The tree under the water

Clément and Antoine Bertin

Climatic installation of an "enhanced" tree creating downpours when it detects singing or applause.

Presentation march 2018

HOMY

Bond Society / Re:bond, Pierre Antczak, Christelle Gautreau and Stéphanie Morio

In 2018, presentation at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal of research into the concept of a new habitat to answer the needs of an increasingly nomadic generation.

Presented at the Festival "Maintenant" in Rennes from 10 to 15 October 2017

The Diodon, dynamic inflatable house

The Dynamorphe collective

The Diodon dynamic inflatable house was erected for the first time on June 21 in the conservatory of the Paris Beaux-Arts. It formed part of the diploma work of Clara Chotil and Felix Chameroy, both members of the Dynamorphe collective.

Being created with Aurore

Frichkit

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

Nomadic workshop kit project, fully dismantleable, for structures using only ecological materials

Prototype July 2018

Zero Energy Furniture Mobilier

Jean-Sébastien Lagrange and Raphaël Ménard

New prototype in july 2018 which enables the saving of 60% in heating needs and 30% in cooling needs for an office.

Prototype Fall 2017

Revegetation of work structures

Frédéric Leyre, Clément Carrière and Nicolas Didier

Frédéric Leyre (Magasin General) with Clément Carrière and Nicolas Didier (architects) invented a plan for the compensation of construction sites via the revegetation of the technical work structures (scaffolding, temporary offices, etc.).

2017 school year

Co-creation furniture

KOZ architects

From September 2017, Workshops for the design of furniture adapted to new uses in the sports venues, with its users. With the support of the Directorates of Architecture and Heritage & Youth and Sports of the City of Paris.

Current Study with Elogie-Siemp

Contributory hall

Martin Jaubert and Antoine Maitre (Majma) and Maya Nemeta (MNAi)

Explore and test capacities and potential of Parisian entrance halls

Current study

The Wagon-Mouche

S’il te plait Group

Current study with the RATP (PARIS PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM) to reorganize a wagon from subway Line 6 and propose a new way of discovering Paris.

Research in progress

Stone: a contemporary resource

Barrault & Pressacco

Research into a new economy of materials and their exploitation

July 15th 2017

Earth Pavillon

Bellastock, CRAterre & Palabres

On July 15th, within the framework of the 2017 Bellastock festival, discover the Pavillon de l’Arsenal prototype (30 m2 of raw earth), on the site of ActLab, situated on the Urban Development Zone of the eco-district of the Île St Denis. With the support of Demathieu Bard and Quartus.

Study in progress

IUDo

Benjamin Aubry, Erwan Bonduelle & Yves Lesteven

New model for real estate production based on the domestic scale by reconsidering the potentials to be seized in the densification of suburban material.

Under study with the City of Paris and GIP 2024

Trampoline Bridge

AZC (Atelier Zündel Cristea)

Construction of an inflatable bridge / trampoline over the Seine or Parisian canals.

With the support of the Pompidou Centre

The joys of re-useage : The Pompidou Centre Caterpillar

169-architecture

Strategies for re-using the girdled glass tiles of the Pompidou Centre’s “Caterpillar”.

Research partners

Biodiversity, a new urban ecosystem

Chartier Dalix

Studies of new prototypes of façade elements integrating biodiversity and taking into account successful thermal qualities to reconcile external insulation and the use of living organisms.

Currently searching for partners

Parallel Monuments

Sébastien Martinez-Barat, Benjamin Lafore & Florian Jomain

"Parallel Monuments" is an application to design and share digital monuments in the physical space and celebrate personal or community events.

Research partners

Experimental house in stone

The Stone Collective

An experimental house in stone, the local, reusable building material so emblematic of the capital.

Searching for partners

Updating Paris

Frédéric Druot, Anne Lacaton & Jean-Philippe Vassal

Implementation of studies and a methodology to estimate the possible development of Paris, its capacity for better living, to densify, to be calmly, strategically and durably transformed.

Floating ecological swimming pool

Base: Clément Willemin, Pauline Renaud, Ulysses Blau, Kieu Mai Truong

"There are ecological swimming pools. There are floating swimming pools. We propose the Floating Ecological Swimming pool."

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