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ChartierDalix. Welcoming the Living. Thinking Architecture as an Ecosystem | ChartierDalix | 9783038601661 | PARK BOOKS

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ChartierDalix. Welcoming the Living

Thinking Architecture as an Ecosystem

Auteur:ChartierDalix

Uitgever:PARK BOOKS

ISBN: 978-3-03860-166-1

  • Paperback
  • Engels
  • 448 pagina's
  • 1 aug. 2019

The first monograph on French architects ChartierDalix, whose research and projects aim to bring architecture and ecosystems to harmonious concurrence

Since they established their Paris-based firm ChartierDalix in 2008, architects Frédéric Chartier und Pascale Dalix have realized some fifteen buildings in France, ranging from multi-unit housing and student dormitories to schools to the transformation of a design center for car maker Renault, a logistics hub, or office and retail spaces. Of equal importance as the actual design work is their research to ChartierDalix, in which the architects aim to bring architecture and ecosystems to harmonious concurrence. exemplified by the Biodiversity School and Gymnasium in Boulogne Billancourt near Paris which they completed in 2014.

This first monograph explores ChartierDalix’s visionary research and the designs derived from it, with the Boulogne Billancourt school as core of the presentation. Their intense investigation of architecture and nature and the interplay between the two is highly topical and the book a rich inspirational source for anyone interested in the future of building.

The first monograph on French architects ChartierDalix, whose research and projects aim to bring architecture and ecosystems to harmonious concurrence

Since they established their Paris-based firm ChartierDalix in 2008, architects Frédéric Chartier und Pascale Dalix have realized some fifteen buildings in France, ranging from multi-unit housing and student dormitories to schools to the transformation of a design center for car maker Renault, a logistics hub, or office and retail spaces. Of equal importance as the actual design work is their research to ChartierDalix, in which the architects aim to bring architecture and ecosystems to harmonious concurrence. exemplified by the Biodiversity School and Gymnasium in Boulogne Billancourt near Paris which they completed in 2014.

This first monograph explores ChartierDalix’s visionary research and the designs derived from it, with the Boulogne Billancourt school as core of the presentation. Their intense investigation of architecture and nature and the interplay between the two is highly topical and the book a rich inspirational source for anyone interested in the future of building.

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