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No Vacancies for Urban Medicine

Resources. Filming raw materials and revealing know-how

Going Gray...

Plaster concrete

Future scenarios

For a poetics of the hospital connection

This is not a Door

Back to dirt

Apporter du soleil dans les habitats «mal exposés»

Isolation thermique, maison passive - wool wall

FAIRE

FAIRE is the first accelerator of architectural projects and urban design. FAIRE explores the practices and innovative processes of manufacturing of the city.
FAIRE accelerates the implementation of prototypes scale 1 in Grand Paris, supports and values the applied research, assists the initiatives and facilitate the implementation of experimental practices.

FAIRE is the first accelerator of architectural projects and urban design. FAIRE explores the practices and innovative processes of manufacturing of the city.
FAIRE accelerates the implementation of prototypes scale 1 in Grand Paris, supports and values the applied research, assists the initiatives and facilitate the implementation of experimental practices.

Conference Friday May 20th at 9.30 am

No Vacancies for Urban Medicine

On the occasion of the publication launch, conference with the architects Emmanuel de France and Arnaud Dambrine of Oglo

Exhibition presented from March 29 to May 29, 2022

Resources

Timothée Gauvin and Antoine Plouzen Morvan film the EARTH, STONE, PLASTER and WOOD industries in Metropolitan France.

December 2021

12 laureates FAIRE 2021

After hearing the 48 finalist teams, selected by the technical committee made up of a hundred experts, the jury selected 12 winning projects.

Exhibition presented from April 27 to May 29, 2022

Going Gray...

...and if participatory senior housing anticipated the housing of tomorrow?

Research conducted under the direction of architects Christelle Gautreau and Stéphanie Morio, Bond Society

from January 27 to Febrary 6, 2022

Gypsum Plaster

Exhibition and publication of a study for a post-concrete slab, by ciguë architects

October 2021

Future scenarios

Cyrus Ardalan, Ophélie Dozat and Lucien Dumas exhibit at the Pavillon de l'Arsenal, 60 post-confinement devices for our façades.

Autumn 2021

Housing transformation, Malakoff

IUDO completes its first project in Malakoff with a timber-framed rooftop extension built with biobased materials

July 2021

Poetics of the Hospital Link

Presentation of a cooperative educational kit to be used in the form of three workshops in order to strengthen pupils' notions of mutual aid and cohesion.

July 2021

TAPLA - Adventure Lands for the Past for the Future

Experimentation of a new adventure playground for children and young people in Villiers-le-Bel by the TAPLA team and the CEMEA Ile-de-France. From 5 to 30 July 2021, free entry from 3pm to 8pm

June 2021

Asphalte Jungle, Paris 11

Devised by the landscape designers at Wagon Landscaping, creation of the first ‘Asphalte Jungle’ garden, featuring revegetation and impervious cover removal through asphalt concrete recycling, Rue Carrières Mainguet, Paris 11.

June 2021

Quarry Air, Paris 13

Experimenting with the first climatic bench using air from the quarries below Paris, Place Jeanne d’Arc, Paris 13

June 2021

Architecture and Biodiversity, Paris 5

Chartier-Dalix architects are installing three ‘biodiverse’ walls in stone, brick, and lightweight cellular concrete, hosted by the Museum d’histoire Naturelle, Rue de Buffon, Paris 5.

FAIRE x MINI

"MINI is pleased to partner with Le Pavillon de l’Arsenal and la Ville de Paris. For us at MINI, it’s important to understand the city as a whole, what’s most relevant to people´s lives – and what will matter to them in the future."

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  • 19 / 05    16:40
    RT @PavillonArsenal: Conférence vendredi 20 mai 9h30 @PavillonArsenal. Arnaud Dambrine & Emmanuel de France, Oglo architectes. Présentation…
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    RT @PavillonArsenal: [Rencontre & Visite guidée] avec Timothée Gauvin autour de l'expo «Ressources» pour découvrir la métamorphose de la ma…
  • 19 / 05    12:51
    RT @PavillonArsenal: [Rencontre] «Pas de vacances pour la médecine de ville» Lancement de la publication avec les architectes Emmanuel de F…