Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée (MuCEM), Marseille, France. Architects Rudy Ricciotti et Roland Carta (2013) www.cplust.eu

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Nine Bridges Country Club / Shigeru Ban Architects (Corée du Sud) Un nouveau club house sur un terrain de golf à deux heures de Séoul en voiture. Trois bâtiments avec des structures bien différentes et une approche intéressante des méthodes de constructions traditionnelles de Corée, selon ArchDaily.

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Nine Bridges Country Club / Shigeru Ban Architects (Corée du Sud) Un nouveau club house sur un terrain de golf à deux heures de Séoul en voiture. Trois bâtiments avec des structures bien différentes et une approche intéressante des méthodes de constructions traditionnelles de Corée, selon ArchDaily.

Vue d'une passerelle périphérique entre les galleries et les bureaux du MuCEM, Marseille - Architecte : Rudy Ricciotti - Photo : Vincent Laganier

Vue d'une passerelle périphérique entre les galleries et les bureaux du MuCEM, Marseille - Architecte : Rudy Ricciotti - Photo : Vincent Laganier

The Tote / Serie Architects Une réalisation architecturale inspirée de la morphologie des arbres, intitulée: “The Tote” à Bombay en Inde.  Un futur complexe de bars-restaurants pour lesquels Chris Lee et Kapil Gupta de Serie Architects ont imaginé une forêt blanche et enchantée de fins troncs d’arbres, permettant aux convives de se croire en promenade sur un dense chemin forestier.

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The Tote / Serie Architects Une réalisation architecturale inspirée de la morphologie des arbres, intitulée: “The Tote” à Bombay en Inde. Un futur complexe de bars-restaurants pour lesquels Chris Lee et Kapil Gupta de Serie Architects ont imaginé une forêt blanche et enchantée de fins troncs d’arbres, permettant aux convives de se croire en promenade sur un dense chemin forestier.


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