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FAIRE Urban Design 2018

12 projects awarded for doing urban design differently

FAIRE URBAN DESIGN On Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal, Jean-Louis Missika, assistant to the Mayor of Paris, unveiled the 12 finalists for FAIRE 2018, an accelerator for urban design projects that forms part of the tender for innovative projects launched by the Pavillon de l’Arsenal and the City of Paris, in collaboration with MINI and the support of the Caisse des Dépôts Fund and design institutions and schools throughout the Ile de France.

On Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Pavillon de l’Arsenal, Jean-Louis Missika, assistant to the Mayor of Paris, unveiled the 12 finalists for FAIRE 2018, an accelerator for urban design projects that forms part of the tender for innovative projects launched by the Pavillon de l’Arsenal and the City of Paris, in collaboration with MINI and the support of the Caisse des Dépôts Fund and design institutions and schools throughout the Ile de France.+

Following the success ofFAIRE2017,which was devoted toarchitectural innovation,this new edition of theFAIREprogram seeks to question the ways we produce urban objects by accelerating and financing a series of prototypes. Out of 261 projects submitted by designers, architects, collectives, startups, well-known designers, and design school students, the jury, composed of a large panel of experts and presided over byJean-LouisMissika, selected 12 finalists.

From rocks sculpted from stone from the Ile de France to multi-support furniturewith plantprotection, a climate bank that uses air from quarries, a façade water tank, a cooling vent, an unusual installation for children, research and experiments on cycling habits, metropolitan signage to make GrandParisa part ofParis,FAIRE is accelerating12 projectsthatexplore and question usages of andstrategies for public space in Paris.

 For Jean-Louis Missika, deputy to the Mayor in charge of urban planning and architecture, “new usages and new constraints in the public space represent challenges both for designers and politicians. FAIRE DESIGN allows us to explore new ways of working together.


The 12 Finalists 



Stries et compagnie, a jungle gym
Matali Crasset, designer

Inventing a metropolitan signage
Enlarge your Paris, Magasins généraux

Quarry air
Frédéric Blaise,Guillaume Duranel et Julia Lenoir, architectes/ Emma Lelong et Rémi Nguyen,designers

Bossage – Car barriers made from Ile de France stone
h2o architectes  -  Charlotte  Hubert,Jean-Jacques Hubert and Antoine Santiard GGSV (Gaëlle Gabillet & Stéphane Villard)

Making more beautiful corners
Leslie Gesnouin, designer

Podophone, graphic and acoustic playground
PierreCharrié,industrial designer/ Sandrine Nugue,graphic designer/ Roland Cahen, composer, sound designer, and professor and researcher in music,AC3,a visual creation studio

Ourhub - made for sharing
Ourhub, startup

Aéro-Seine
Isabelle Daëron, designer / Ogi, design office / CSTB

Miel InParis
Miel Factory & Silteplait

High Five
Quentin Vaulot, designer

Smart vélo parking
Vraiment vraiment

Façade water tank
Faltazi, Laurent Lebot and Victor Massip


Jury


Jean-Louis Missika
Deputy to the Mayor of Paris for urban planning, architecture, the Grand Paris project, economic development, and attractiveness

Afaf Gabelotaud
Assistant to the Mayor of Paris for employment policies
Chairperson of the Pavillon de l’Arsenal

Pierre Jalady
CEO, MINI France

Sarah Schappert
MINI Brand Management

Edith Lalliard
Director of Sponsorships and Partnerships, Caisse des Dépôts

Jean-Paul Bath
Director of the VIA Serge Brentrup
Head of UDAP de Paris, Architect and Chief Government Urban Planner

Nathalie Chazalette
Director of the program Passerelle Transition Écologique,  Office of Public Constructions and Architecture, City of Paris

Jean-Christophe Choblet
Urban Planner, Head of the Public Space Mission, General Secretariat, City of Paris

Claire Fayolle
Journalist, Beaux-Arts Magazine, Professor at ENSAD-Nancy

Jean-Louis Fréchin 
Founder of Nodesign 

Chantal Hamaide
Design Consultant, Curator

Alexandre Labasse
Executive Director, Pavillon de l’Arsenal

Clarisse Merlet
Architect, FAIRE 2017 finalist

Caroline Naphegyi
Program Director, Lille Metropole World design capital 2020

Maryse Quinton
Architect, journalist (D’architectures, Ideat, among others)

Anne-Marie Sargueil
President of the Institut du Design

Françoise Seince
Director of the Ateliers de Paris

Denis Thélot
Chief Architect, Police Prefecture

Winners FAIRE 2018

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

OurHub - made for sharing

OurHub, start-up

Digital platform of sharing of objects to play in the city

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

Bossage

h2o architectes X GGSV

"Bossage" suggests reproducing, by digital manufacturing on rocks, certain fragments of the Parisian architectural landscape to soften the massivité of the protective elements of monuments and their esthetic and psychological registration(inscription) in the urban landscape

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

Aéro-Seine

Mouth of refreshment connected with the network of non-drinking water

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

Podophone

Pierre Charrié / Sandrine Nugue / Roland Cahen, AC3

Dynamic urban game based on the visual translation of the sound and its spatializing which reflects the plural identity of a district.

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

Smart Bicycle Parking

Vraiment vraiment

Experimental study to densify the bike parking mesh and better adapt the parking spaces to the uses that are made possible and visible free float ("door-to-door integral")

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

A façade water tank

Faltazi, Laurent Lebot et Victor Massip

Façade tanks that replace rainwater downpipes. Rainwater is collected and stored for in-situ valorization: watering balconies, gardens at the foot of the building and green walls.

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

High Five

Quentin Vaulot, designer

Furniture offering multiple services for citizens, an ecosystem supporting opportunities, while protecting citizens from the many constraints of the place.

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

Stries et compagnie, playground

Matali Crasset

Matali Crasset proposes a project between sculpture and installation on a more intimate, less monumental scale that offers a highly experimental and surprising way to play. The link between the different play spaces does not follow a particular theme, rather an optical effect combined with the use of conical forms. These rhythms create a subtle balance between forms that are closed enough to create a sense of interiority and open enough to see what is happening in the rest of the playground.

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

QUARRY AIR

Frédéric Blaise, Guillaume Duranel et Julia Lenoir, architectes Emma Lelong et Rémi Nguyen, designers

Climatic bench, in mud, exploits the fresh air available in the Paris quarries to refresh the Parisian public space punctually in summer.

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

MIEL IN PARIS

Miel Factory & Silteplait

"Miel in Paris" has a simple ambition: to bring bees back into the urban space to make the Parisian eco-system prosper

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

Making more beautiful corners in Paris

Leslie Gesnouin, designer

Study proposing to re-invest withdrawals of alignments of the streets of Paris by installing flexible sculptural forms.

Prize-winner FAIRE 2018

Inventing a Metropolitan Signage

Metropolitan signage in Parisian districts indicating a series of remarkable Ile-de-France destinations and easily accessible by bicycle or public transport.

They support FAIRE URBAN DESIGN

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